Wooden floors, exposed brick, high ceilings AND a private outdoor space. Hooked yet? After seeing the photos of Penthouse 5 at 150 Chambers Street you’ll want to move right in. This impeccable floor-through penthouse is $1,714 per square foot — extraordinary for its Tribeca neighborhood. Check out the photos of your soon-to-be new home.
As one would expect in a building from the early 1900’s, character abounds: 14-foot ceilings, exposed brick walls, a large wood-burning fireplace, and gleaming hardwood flooring all combine to lend a rustic charm to this completely renovated and thoroughly modern residence.
The first floor’s wide-open layout is flooded with sunshine offering a bright airy feel to every inch of the living space. The large and open kitchen features fantastic finishes, stainless steel Wolf range, sub-zero appliances, beautiful walnut shelves and cabinetry, and a cozy eating bar. An expansive brick wall provides the perfect accent to the dining area, which is large enough to seat ten. And the fireplace set into a stone-tiled wall adds a warm and comfy element to the open living room.
The master bedroom is complete with an en suite bathroom and two generously sized closets, while the second bedroom features a walk-in closet.
And though we’d find it impossible for anyone to feel remotely claustrophobic in this perfectly appointed 1,500 square feet of space, the private “wooden” roof deck offers another 400 square feet–that’s bigger than some apartments!
Yeah, we can see throwing one heck of a party here. Don’t worry, we’ll be sure to invite you, just as long as you don’t go sharing our little secret and letting someone steal this beauty out from under us.