This downtown Manhattan loft in a near-everything-cool spot at 321 West 13th Street between the West Village and the Meatpacking District may not be family-sized, but it definitely seems that no expense was spared in making this an authentic loft to call home. On the rental market for $7,200 a month ($7,500 furnished with Eames, Platner and an impressive art collection), the fifth-floor (by elevator), one-bedroom condo has a rare level of custom interior design that’s understated and over-achieving when it comes to comfort and cool. Add open city views, a washer-dryer and plenty of closet space and you can see why that perfection theme keeps coming up.
The one-bedroom home is only looking for long-term tenants—no fly-by-night Airbnb one-night-stand types here—and promises “nothing rustic.” But this renovated loft with oversized windows, a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick and 11-foot beamed ceilings returns the favor by being head and shoulders above your average loft.
A tucked-away office nook and a just-renovated spa-like bath bring you the best of both classic and new. The good-sized sleeping alcove is divided from the main living space by a custom Missoni fringe curtain; antiques and top quality furnishings and art accent the loft’s clean lines and white walls—and the building offers a roof deck in case your perfect loft party goes out of bounds.
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