There’s lots of lofty space at this three-bedroom apartment at 303 Mercer Street, a Greenwich Village cooperative. Two units were combined into one and the seamless space was designed with chic, upscale finishes like mahogany doors, crown moldings and Brazilian hardwood floors. (Not to mention three different chandeliers.) The listing calls it Greenwich Village’s only three-bedroom, two-bathroom pad under $3.5 million with an ask of $3.25 million.
The striking, open living and dining room is decorated by not one, but two, chandeliers. The 11-foot ceilings, big windows and exposed brick wall lend the modern space a bit of an old-school loft aesthetic.
The open kitchen right off the living room is outfitted with custom cherry cabinetry–which goes up to the ceiling–as well as granite countertops and a wine cooler.
The master bedroom, too, boasts its own chandelier and some exposed brick detailing. Light streams in from both the east and west. Right off the bedroom is a massive walk-in closet that has customizable hardwood modules, as well as an ensuite bathroom with a dual sink and soaking tub.
There are two more bedrooms, and the listing suggests there’s enough space to build out a fourth. The apartment also comes with a utility room, which doubles as a shoe closet and is likely larger than some NYC studio apartments—probably because it’s current owner is a former LVMH fashion publicist.
The apartment comes from the Snug Harbor co-op, a former industrial building turned into loft apartments. This summer, another unique apartment with a “Soho House meets The Standard Hotel design motif” hit the market here for $1.5 million.
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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village