Classic Soho loft living awaits in this $12.5M full-floor condo
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Sprawling downtown Manhattan lofts, industrial bones intact, aren’t that easy to find these days. Asking $12,500,000–a decidedly 21st century price–this classic loft condo at 50 Wooster Street is on the market for the first time in 24 years. Filled with 19th-century charm, the full-floor apartment has the kind of living space–4,600 square feet of it–and the 13-foot ceilings, massive arched windows, and exposed brick that loft lovers crave. In addition, there’s a private terrace and four bedrooms, in a cast-iron 1883 building.
The seemingly boundless great room is comprised of a living room and dining room, with an adjacent kitchen, framed by triple exposures, exposed brick walls and wood beams. The loft is completely modernized with central heat and AC, ceiling fans and beautifully-preserved wood flooring.
Entry is by key-locked elevator into a large foyer with multiple closets. Just off the great room is a brick terrace framed by arched windows. The great room also opens onto a cozy den that would make a perfect media room or guest room.
The kitchen retains its loft flavor while offering plenty of storage and organization, including a walk-in pantry and bar. Hard-working appliances include a Viking range and Sub-Zero refrigerator.
Through a sconce-lit hallway lies a private wing with four bedrooms. The primary chamber boasts a massive walk-in closet and a windowed en-suite bath with a walk-in shower and separate soaking tub.
A custom library is lined with bespoke bookshelves and a sliding ladder. Three additional bedrooms and another bath round out the bedroom wing.
As 6sqft previously reported, architect and longtime Soho resident Lawrence Bogdanow renovated the pair of buildings known as the Wooster Street Condominium at 42-50 Wooster Street in the late ’90s. In addition to key-locked elevators, the building offers a full-time super.
[Listing details: 50 Wooster Street #6N at CityRealty]
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