Listing images by Rich Caplan for Compass
An apartment with direct views of the Merchant’s House, Manhattan’s last intact 19th-century family home, has just hit the market for $2,749,000. Spanning 1,800 square feet, the full-floor Noho unit boasts high ceilings, original hardwood floors, and chic designer-curated interiors. You’ll feel yourself steeped in the history of the location. 28 East 4th Street—part of the Noho Historic District—is a classic loft building dating back to 1901 when it was filled with tenants in the printing, apparel, and toy businesses. The building still features plenty of original cast iron, limestone, and brick detailing.
At the north end of the residence, you’ll enter into a formal living room lined on one side with built-in closets (though they don’t appear in the listing images). Pocket doors lead you from here into the central space of the unit, an open living and dining area with large eastern exposures.
In the open kitchen, an organic, granite-topped central island doubles as a breakfast bar, but there’s a large dining area adjacent perfect for entertaining.
French doors open onto the home office, which is currently being used as a second bedroom. Transom windows let light flow into the adaptable space.
The master bedroom has two walk-in closets and an en-suite bathroom with a spa-like jet tub and a glass-enclosed shower. There’s also a separate linen closet with an in-unit washer and dryer for added convenience.
The pet-friendly building has 18 units, a common roof deck, and additional storage for residents in the basement.
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Listing images by Rich Caplan; courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Noho