Space and storage are what this East Village loft has to give. The unit is from 300 East 4th Street, a brick cooperative built in the 1940s. While you can pick up a unit here for $1.299 million, this one is actually up for rent at $4,600 a month. With over 850 square feet, there are two mezzanines to hold a bedroom and a flexible bonus space. Custom closets were added, and built-ins line the walls, offering storage galore. Best of all, this lofty space takes in tons of light from five large windows.
The open living and dining room sits underneath 15-foot ceilings. The upper wall of shelving not only provides extra storage but creates privacy between the living space and mezzanine. The windowed kitchen, not pictured, has stainless steel appliances and black marble counter tops.
The building’s original exposed brick is another nice interior detail. There’s currently one bedroom off the living room, on the main floor, and another in the upstairs loft.
Here’s a look at the downstairs bedroom, which has a stairway leading up to the second mezzanine space. Right now it’s being used as a closet.
And here’s the lofted bedroom, perched above the living room.
The building has a few good perks, like laundry and this furnished landscaped roof deck. Take note for summer: BBQ is allowed up here, says the listing. And of course, with a location just north of Houston Street, there are bars and restaurants all within a few blocks.
[300 East 4th Street, #4B by Dany Moyal for Daniel Baum & Co.]
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Photos courtesy of Daniel Baum & Co.
Neighborhoods : East Village