This beautifully-designed penthouse loft at 50 Walker Street in Tribeca has a few secrets hidden within its classic loft proportions. The most impressive of the $3.35 million co-op’s features is a massive 1,500-square-foot landscaped roof terrace accessed through a window-wrapped solarium, all with jaw-dropping lower Manhattan views.
Design perfection–courtesy of Damon Liss–begins with a great room beneath 11-foot ceilings with lots of original prewar details like classic wood beams and hardwood floors. Another secret bonus find: A perfectly-sized sun-filled office is tucked into one side of the great room.
A pale white marble-enhanced open kitchen offers plentiful storage, high-end appliances, and granite countertops. For more formal dining there’s a chic dining alcove nearby.
The master bedroom is lit from above by a skylight; two jumbo closets bookend the room. An en-suite bath is a tranquil study in gray marble and white tile. The second bedroom is located on the opposite side of the home for privacy. Another bounty of storage space and closet space can be found here as well.
Upstairs lies the best part of this picture-perfect penthouse: A glass-wrapped sunroom surrounded by downtown Manhattan views opens to a sprawling paved terrace planted with greenery. In all its parts, this rare rooftop oasis is perfect for sunrises, sunsets and entertaining in warm weather or midwinter.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca