CNBC anchor Sara Eisen lists renovated, polished-rustic Chelsea loft for $2.6M
The renovated two-bedroom Chelsea loft owned by CNBC co-anchor Sara Eisen (“Squawk on the Street,” “Power Lunch”) and her husband Matthew Levine, head of U.S. Programming at Bloomberg TV, just hit the market for $2.595 million. The 1,200-square-foot condominium is in the Spears Building at 525 West 22nd Street, a former factory built in 1880 and converted in 1996. Twelve-foot beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and polished concrete floors pay homage to the building’s historical roots, while recent updates assure modern comfort and design.
After purchasing the home in 2014, the media power pair renovated the space within its classic pre-war loft frame. The best elements now look even better–like oversized windows with southern exposures and High Line views.
Those oversized windows line the walls of the dining and living rooms. A massive oak barn door separates the living area from the second bedroom, which can be put to work as an office, guest room or nursery.
An open floor plan makes entertaining easier, as does an updated kitchen equipped with top-of-the-line appliances including a Bertazzoni cooktop and Miele hood, Bosch dishwasher and Liebherr refrigerator and freezer drawers.
A quiet, secluded master bedroom suite offers a custom walk-in closet and a tranquil spa-like master bath.
The homeowners added a full second bath with Calacatta marble finishes, on-trend brass fixtures and a blackened steel medicine cabinet with a vintage antique glass mirror.
The Spears Building offers a part-time doorman, a furnished roof deck with river views and storage.
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