Beautiful Eco-Friendly Loft on Watts Street Sells

May 21, 2014

It looks like Town Residential’s Danny Davis has done it again. He has made someone fall in love with another apartment, this time at 125 Watts Street. Unit #4 is the quintessential loft experience with high ceilings, white brick walls and tons of light.

This historic, pre-war building is perfectly situated in Northwest Tribeca, right on the edge of Soho. This area has those desirable cobblestone streets, not to mention having plenty of dining and shopping to appeal to your chic side, while still being situated right near Hudson River Park and Pier 25 to appeal to your athletic side. You know what they call that? Nirvana.


125 Watt St #4 interior

The 1,850 square-foot apartment’s previous owners had a commitment to sustainability, using locally sourced materials and energy-efficient heating and cooling systems. The unit’s many windows are framed in mahogany to enhance the new owner’s view of the sunset, and the building’s original wood beams and columns have chosen to stick around as well. The 3BR/2BA loft has white oak floors throughout, along with some built-in bookshelves that would make any New Yorker turn cartwheels.

125 Watt St #4 interior

The kitchen features all of the top-of-the-line, stainless steel appliances you could ask for, and there are some beautiful Caesarstone Quartz counters tossed in there just for good measure. But while the new owners are channeling their inner Wolfgang Puck, they can still mingle with their guests who may have congregated around the kitchen’s center island. Or maybe they’re enjoying hors d’oeuvres at the dining bar. Either way, the owners and guests alike are sure to find this kitchen to be the perfect entertaining spot, as it’s open to the living and dining spaces. No matter where you are, you’re still a part of the party.

As much as the new owners might love spending time with friends in the living area, nothing beats taking a hot shower in your spa-like master bathroom before hopping into bed. Ahh… reducing your carbon footprint never felt so wonderful.

No word yet on the final sale price, but the asking price was $3.1 million.

Take a closer look inside this beautiful loft in our gallery.

[Listing: 125 Watt Street #4 via Town Residential]

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