Soho’s Only Freestanding Home Already Back on the Market, Now a $22.5K Rental
If you thought you missed out on the chance to live in Soho‘s only freestanding home, you’re in luck. Just two weeks after we broke the news that 514 Broome Street had sold for $6.887 million, it’s back on the market with a new paint job and a rental price tag of $22,500 a month. Interestingly enough, “Million Dollar Listing” start Ryan Serhant is the broker once again.
Not much has changed in the appearance of this four-story single-family home, although the measurements may have changed significantly. The brokerbabble previously stated that the home offered 3,430 square feet of living space with the ability to build an additional 2,600 square feet, for a grand total of 6,030 square feet of potential space. Today it says that the current available living space is 2,600 square feet. Nonetheless, you can still enjoy a 280 square-foot landscaped terrace, and a 2,500-bottle capacity wine cellar.
You’ll also notice that the warm, rustic vibe of the main level has been traded out in favor of a crisper, brighter paint job. The exposed beams have been painted white, along with one wall of exposed brick and built-ins, and the kitchen and banister are sporting a new grayish blue hue.
514 Broome Street was built in 1930 and recently transformed into a single-family home. It has wood-burning and gas fireplaces, and a fully-finished basement that can operate as a separate income suite. There’s also an entire floor devoted to the master suite, which boasts a vaulted ceiling, custom closets, a spa bath, and a balcony. Its convenient location in the heart of Soho puts it right near art galleries, fine dining, entertainment, shopping, and nightlife.
Find out more about the home, here.
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