Chic Gramercy loft stretching over two floors hits the market for $1.75M
This apartment checks the boxes to qualify as a dreamy loft apartment: two sprawling floors with high ceilings, exposed brick, and floor-to-ceiling windows that lead to some private outdoor space. The pad is located at 215 East 24th Street, also known as the Penny Lane cooperative, in Gramercy Park. For a total of three bedrooms and three bathrooms, it’ll cost you $1.75 million. It last sold in 2013 for $1.36 million.
An entrance gallery leads you the the main level, which fits an open kitchen, living room and dining area. Glass doors framed by windows then take you out onto a private balcony space.
The master bedroom, also located on the main floor, has a walk-in closet that’ll make any New Yorker jealous.
Above the sunken kitchen sits the staircase, to take you to the upper level of the apartment. Down here, you’ve got a personal wine refrigerator, Leicht custom cabinets and caesarstone countertops. The stairs–which frame the kitchen and provide some separation from the living area–have been custom designed with a sleek steel railing and oak handrail.
Two more bedrooms (and another walk-in closet!) are upstairs. Both come with views down to the open living and dining area.
Although the apartment’s balcony is modest, residents share a massive roof deck with lots of seating and landscaping. The Penny Lane co-op also comes with a twenty-four hour doorman, on-site parking garage, bike storage and laundry on every floor.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman