For $5.7M, this renovated Soho loft has the layout and luxurious finishes of a townhouse

Posted On Fri, February 3, 2023 By

Posted On Fri, February 3, 2023 By In Cool Listings, Soho

Photo credit: Evan Joseph for The Corcoran Group

This magnificently renovated Soho co-op at 14 Wooster Street has the bones–and the beams–of the downtown neighborhood’s old-school loft spaces, with wide-plank oak floors and 40 feet of windows overlooking the cobblestones of Wooster Street. Though the sprawling 3,800-square-foot space spans the building’s entire second floor, it offers the privacy and convenient configuration of a Village townhouse. The $5,700,000 co-op has been designed with a sophisticated mix of lacquered wood-paneled walls, marble and plaster details, and 21st-century conveniences.

Entering via a keyed elevator to a private elevator landing, a glass-framed vestibule features moody dark gray paneling and two massive walk-in closets. The home opens up into a vast great room with an unusual amount of space for entertaining and family living.

The living and dining areas are framed by original wood beams and striking steel-framed glass doors. An adjacent glass-walled nook makes a cozy media room or office. Also off the living room is a marble-tiled bathroom with a classic console sink.

The SieMatic kitchen features a sleek European design, complete with Gaggenau appliances, a five-burner cooktop with a fully vented hood, double ovens, and wine storage. There’s no shortage of counter space above trim gray lacquer cabinets.

On the opposite side of the apartment are two graciously-sized bedrooms, both with oversized walk-in closets. The smaller of the two has a connected sitting room with a wood-burning fireplace.

Each of the primary bedrooms claims a large and lovely marble-clad bath. There is also a full laundry room with a utility sink just off the foyer.

This painstakingly renovated home has its own heating and cooling system, recently-replaced windows, and recessed lighting, which, along with several striking contemporary chandeliers, is controlled by a Lutron system.

The historic 1903 building is in the heart of the Soho Cast-Iron District; the pet-friendly co-op contains only seven units.

[Listing details: 14 Wooster Street, #2 at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Michael Gordon and Timothy Briggs]


Photo credit: Evan Joseph for The Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Soho



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