This meticulously renovated $1.75 million double-height corner condo loft in The Petersfield holds more than a few surprises, the first of which greets you as you enter the gallery foyer. Cleverly doubling as a built-in bookshelf display you will find a set of wooden stairs leading up to a sizable queen-sized sleep loft, always a nice addition to a one-bedroom apartment. And then, of course, there’s the crystal chandelier over the bathtub…
The efficient design of the hallway as you move towards the living area allows for the inclusion of a wonderful little workspace and also features a large closet where an industrial rolling ladder makes the storage above easily accessible—and looks pretty cool in the process. Plus, there’s a stackable washer/dryer in this space making trips to the laundromat a thing of the past. Talk about making the most of what you have—all this awaits before you even enter the main living area.
The corner living/dining room has radiant light, tree views and a comfortable elegance. The expansive top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen is double-wide and includes a Viking gas range, Miele dishwasher, Liebherr refrigerator and a charming chalkboard black wall.
The master bedroom has an extra large dressing room and custom closets, but we’re most excited about its magnificent en-suite bath with claw foot soaking bath, designer vanity, exhilarating rain shower, lovely black-and-white patterned floor tile—and a gorgeous crystal chandelier hung from a stunning reclaimed wood ceiling. Even guests have their own Zen bath with a glass enclosed walk-in shower and an interesting square-shaped toilet built right into a wooden seating bench.
Rich reclaimed woods, Calacatta marble and pre-war elements all add warmth and serenity to the home’s crisp, clean lines. And The Petersfield’s spectacular roof garden means you can enjoy your East Village neighborhood from above or below.
Photos courtesy of Sotheby’s
Neighborhoods : East Village