Full-Floor Flux House Loft with Endless Ceiling Beams Asks $1.8 Million

Posted On Mon, March 30, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, March 30, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Soho

There’s a renovated full-floor loft at the pet-friendly Flux House available for $1.849 million. The 1,400-square-foot space boasts some quintessential Soho loft features like soaring 11.7-foot original beamed ceilings, an open layout, brick walls–both natural and whitewashed, and a cozy sleeping loft.

Enter through a private keyed elevator straight into a spacious living room. This expansive room gets light from two oversized windows and features whitewashed exposed brick, a lofted sitting lounge area, and custom built-ins. A modern, high-end chef’s kitchen with exposed brick, an island and stainless steel appliances opens to the entertaining space.

16 Greene Street, Artist in residence, Flux house, Fredrik Eklund

16 Greene Street, Artist in residence, Flux house, Fredrik Eklund

Next to the kitchen there’s a home office which can double as a second bedroom, and tucked away in the back of the apartment, past the laundry room, is the main bedroom with exposed brick, a walk-in closet, and built-ins for storage.

16 Greene Street, Artist in residence, Flux house, Fredrik Eklund

16 Greene Street, Artist in residence, Flux house, Fredrik Eklund

16 Greene Street is one of Soho’s oldest artists-in-residence co-ops, located in a prime location near cafes and restaurants. Basement storage is included with the unit.

[16 Greene Street, #4S by Scott Fava, Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Douglas Elliman]

[Via Cityrealty]

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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