A three-bedroom loft located in the heart of the Soho Cast Iron Historic District at 454 Broome Street has hit the market for $3.85 million. The sunlit corner space offers both southern and eastern exposures through its 13 oversized windows. In addition to 14-foot tin ceilings and built-in shelving (check out that library ladder!), the apartment has a cozy second-level loft, which is accessed by a spiral steel staircase inspired by the neighborhood’s industrial history.
Despite being so expansive, the great room feels extremely warm and cozy. The built-in library above the entertainment center makes use of the tall ceilings, while the shelves under the windows provide even more storage and display space.
The kitchen features a Silestone countertop and subway style backsplash. The massive center island, with cabinets on both sides, is big enough for cooking and for dining in. This floor also contains a laundry room with a Bosch washer/dryer.
The sprawling master bedroom features five closets and its own bathroom. The two other bedrooms are also spacious and have access to a guest bathroom.
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Neighborhoods : Soho