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Located on one of the district’s most urban blocks, 514 Broome Street is the only free-standing townhouse in Soho. This fine example of New York City’s flair for unexpected architecture is on the market for $7,250,000. 6sqft previously featured the three-story townhouse in 2015, when it changed hands for $6.9 million. Shortly after that sale, it appeared on the rental market for $22,500 a month.
The two-bedroom home offers 3,430 square feet of living space with a 280-square-foot terrace. It offers 2,600 square feet of available FAR, and it isn’t landmarked, so it could even be replaced with a taller building.
Constructed in 1930, this unique urban cottage deserves some credit for standing intact through as much change as the neighborhood has seen. With a glass-fronted restaurant next door and surrounded by tall brick converted factory buildings and glassy new construction condos, it’s definitely in the center of it all.
The 20-foot-wide townhouse has only changed hands a few times since its construction. A recent thorough renovation transformed it into a single-family home with a finished basement. A well-designed interior backdrop of exposed brick walls, beamed ceilings, and chestnut hardwood floors frames 21st-century conveniences like a washer/dryer, a wet bar, a security system, a video intercom, central air, and plenty of storage.
On the first floor, entering from bustling Broome Street, you’ll find a cozy, bright living room and a dining area with a wood-burning fireplace. A stunning, stylishly-outfitted modern farmhouse kitchen features integrated chef-sized appliances and abundant counter and cabinet space.
The second floor offers an additional living room with a charming wet bar and access to a 280-square-foot landscaped terrace. Also on this floor is one of the home’s two bedrooms.
Tucked under beamed ceilings on the top floor is a sprawling main bedroom suite with endless closet space and a balcony. An equally spacious corner bathroom features a jacuzzi bath, marble countertops, an arched window, and a washer/dryer.
The windowed finished basement has its own separate street entrance. On this level, you’ll find a half-bath and a 2,500 bottle capacity wine cellar.
[Listing details: 514 Broome Street at CityRealty]
[At Development Marketing Team]
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Tags : 514 Broome Street, townhouses
Neighborhoods : Soho