Located at 55 North Moore Street, in a prewar building dating to the 1800’s on one of the most charming cobblestone streets in the heart of Tribeca, and impeccably renovated in 2007, this gorgeous four-bedroom penthouse boasts the kind of quintessential old-world charm that will never go out of style. An abundance of exposed brick walls (we can’t get enough of them), elegant white tin ceilings (truly exquisite), and original wood beams, columns, and ceiling rafters (gorgeously rustic) immediately set a cozy and welcoming tone.
A private key-locked elevator opens into the magnificent great room, a loft-style space spanning 2,000 square feet yet intimately warmed by the large gas fireplace with a marble mantle and sitting bench. Throughout the home are newly finished teak hardwood floors.
Cook to your heart’s delight in the open chef’s kitchen, equipped with a Viking range, tasteful period cabinets, and a 12-foot kitchen island custom-built in Bali that provides room for six to dine casually beneath a lovely skylight.
The master bedroom features a luxurious and equally large double-windowed bathroom graced by a 300-square-foot steam glass shower, large soaking tub, blue tile, Balinese double sink, two heated double towel racks, and radiant-heated floors.
But the crown jewel of this spectacular space? That has to be the gorgeous 3,500-square-foot roof deck, offering panoramic views, including those of the new Freedom Tower. Accessed via a key-locked elevator, this private oasis is perfect for entertaining, stargazing, or merely slipping way from the rest of the world for a little while.
The home’s highly sought-after Tribeca location is around the corner from world-class eateries like Nobu and Locanda Verde, as well as the Hudson River Greenway and Manhattan’s best schools. With all this to offer it’s no wonder simply looking at the pictures gave us a sense of being home.
Photos courtesy of Town Residential.
Neighborhoods : Tribeca