An Escher-like staircase is the star of this $5.25M Soho loft

Posted On Wed, August 11, 2021 By

Posted On Wed, August 11, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Soho

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

The geometric, floating staircase at this Soho loft looks like something straight out of a M.C. Escher print, clearly the highlight of the 2,476-square-foot duplex. Located at 118 Wooster Street, the former United Brush Manufactories building, the home has two-three bedrooms, exposed brick, and floor-to-ceiling windows. It’s on the market for $5,250,000.

A very large foyer, complete with a powder room and four closets, opens into the kitchen, which is equipped with custom wood cabinetry, open shelving, a dishwasher, a stainless-steel refrigerator, and a gas range with a hooded vent. The dining room area is framed by a full wall of exposed brick.

As the listing notes, the staircase “functions as a work of art, without blocking any of the splendid light and views.”

The living room sits behind a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows. Throughout are restored hardwood floors.

Upstairs, reclaimed oak doors from an original Nolita brownstone open to the private spaces. The secondary bedroom has a full wall of closets. There’s also a laundry room and a guest room/office.

The primary bedroom suite has a large dressing room, an en-suite bathroom with a double vanity, and a sauna.

The building was constructed in 1908 and was converted to 13 condominiums in 1983. It has a live-in super and an elevator and permits pets, subletting, and financing. It’s located between Spring and Prince Streets in the heart of Soho.

[Listing details: 118 Wooster Street, #4C/5C at CityRealty]

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Mike Lubin and Ryan Aussem]

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Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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