A massive wall of windows anchors this artsy Tribeca loft, complete with high ceilings, exposed brick walls and Corinthian columns. It’s located at 6 Varick Street, a condo conversion with no shortage of distinct loft apartments. After being on the market last year, asking $1.695 million and not selling, this pad is trying its luck with the higher price tag of $1.8 million. The next buyer will have free range across 1,079 square feet of open apartment.
Though the apartment is huge, it’s officially a studio. There are no walls separating the living and dining areas, and the bedroom is informally separated from the rest of the great room. With the high, beamed ceilings, there is more than enough room to stretch out.
Though most of the building’s original details remain intact, the kitchen was renovated with new appliances that include a Liebherr refrigerator, Viking stove and Meile dishwasher.
There’s one bathroom in the apartment, and it’s been renovated as well.
Finally, the bedroom space has an enormous walk-in close with its own dressing area. It’s a nice private nook in an otherwise wide-open apartment. The spread is situated right in the middle of Tribeca, right between Varick and West Broadway. The condo building, converted to residential in the 1980s, boasts a roof deck and key locked elevator.
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Tags : 6 Varick Street
Neighborhoods : Tribeca