Beneath 16-foot ceilings, this $4M Tribeca loft condo has unexpected Gothic details
All photos courtesy of Oleg Davidoff
This three-bedroom condo at The Tribeca Lofts at 79 Worth Street, asking $3,995,000, is, at first look, everything we love about authentic loft living, with ceilings of over 16 feet, exposed brick and columns and more than 3,400 square feet of interior space. Beyond the raw industrial feel of most lofts in the neighborhood, this home contains a collection of details that range from modern design to vintage gothic.
A large great room features a skylight that spans the apartment’s width, filling the space with light. For convenience, the loft offers ten closets, zoned A/C and a washer/dryer.
Massive ceiling fans and ornate iron light fixtures draw the eyes upward. Above the living and dining area, a second level offers the opportunity to gaze down on the space below. Along the upper catwalk is a bonus room, perfect for use as a media den or home office.
The sleek loft kitchen is anchored by an island with seating. Top-of-the-line appliances include a Subzero fridge and a wine cooler. A separate pantry is spacious enough to function as a staging area as well as a larder.
As one of three large bedrooms, the primary suite is situated separately for optimal privacy. A closet-lined dressing area leads to a luxurious ensuite bath with a standing shower and a soaking tub.
In the heart of the neighborhood’s historic district, The Tribeca Lofts consist of three landmarked buildings. Built around 1920, the buildings were converted in the 1980s.
[Listing details: 79 Worth Street #1R at CityRealty]
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