What more could you ask from a loft apartment? A big space, tall ceilings, exposed brick, quirky details and no full walls. It’s all here at 10 Leonard Street in Tribeca, a co-op apartment that is now on the market for $1.345 million. Although you don’t have any separating walls, the apartment is large enough to create distinct spaces–as the listing puts it, “With great bones and a flexible layout, the possibilities abound for your creative vision.” While a renovator could build out separate rooms here, this is the type of apartment where you’ve just got to embrace the loft living.
The living room backs up to a wall of windows that look down onto Leonard Street. The massive brick arches are accented with different paint colors to help create separate sections of the apartment, which has an L-shaped layout.
A low white wall was built out for the open–very open!–kitchen, which separates the living area from the dining area.
The sleeping area has been placed at the end of the loft, which the current owners separate with a large bookshelf. The exposed brick details throughout, paired with the original oak floors, give the unit a nice, warm feeling. Who needs walls with a space like this?
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Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Neighborhoods : Tribeca