On the road again… I can’t wait to get on the road again… Yes, one glance at 466 Washington Street #3W is going to have you feeling like you just got off a bumpy bus ride in Tijuana and stopped in for a beer at a local tavern. That’s part of the charm of this 3,500-square-foot, one-of-a-kind loft. It’s perfectly suited for the artist who was “born to run” or just born to work, embracing a live/work atmosphere. The apartment’s trendy personality, combined with its original hand sewn beams and exposed brick walls produces a blend of old and new, making it a perfect haven for creative inspiration.
Enter this loft to meet a long hallway where the office is situated. The hallway opens up to a kitchen overlooking an expansive great room divided into living and dining areas. Off the great room is the master suite, along with and 2 additional bedrooms. And of course, the entire apartment is illuminated by those characteristic oversized windows Tribeca lofts are known for. Those popular large loft windows used to be a functional way of letting light into factory workspaces and offices in the days of yore. Currently they serve to provide handsome views to inspire your inner artist.
But if you’re not so inclined to the current layout of this loft, feel free to change it up. Agents Steven Gold and Chris Whelan of Town Residential invite you to bring your architect and your interior designer and let your creative juices do the rest.
However, there are a few things you can’t change about a place, and there in lies the hidden gem this apartment possesses. Remember those large windows we mentioned? Soon, the Western windows will be overlooking the garden of a new luxury condo at 290 West Street. The Southern windows will overlook the courtyard of a new Related building that is being constructed as we speak. Hmmm… sounds like a lot of magnificent developments are popping up around this prime area of Tribeca. You know what that means. It means buyers will likely be running – not walking – to get to this apartment because its $3.2 million price tag is sure to be a steal when prices inevitably skyrocket.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca