$6.8M Soho Duplex with Tin Ceilings Will Make You “Greene” with Envy
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$6.8M Soho Duplex with Tin Ceilings Will Make You “Greene” with Envy

January 13, 2015

It doesn’t get more classic than this five-bedroom Soho loft located at 33 Greene Street between Broome and Grand Streets. From the building’s gorgeous cast iron façade to the nearly 5,000 square feet of living space, you’ll be easily won over by the duplex’s 13 oversized windows, 12-foot tin ceilings, large arched doorways, and beautifully preserved wood floors.

33 Greene Street Soho

The lower level boasts a super spacious and bright living room with a lovely arched entry leading into the equally sunny dining room. A large and open eat-in kitchen is only steps away, making this residence perfect for entertaining on a grand scale. Four additional rooms on this floor offer endless possibilities–keep some as traditional bedrooms, create an office, gym, library or music room, or maybe even a home theater.

33 Greene Street Soho

The “smaller” second level–bigger than many homes in the city at a generous 1,800 square feet–features two bedrooms, two baths and a den.

Original cast iron columns and steel beams, closets and storage galore, an extremely low maintenance fee, and a prime location in the historic Cast Iron district all add to this residence’s appeal. And for $6.8 million it’s all yours.

[Listing: 33 Greene Street, Apt. 3W by Patricia Vance and Bruce Smith of Douglas Elliman.]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman.



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