Let’s see…. charming cobblestone streets, Soho’s artistic vibe, Nolita’s incomparable bakeries and restaurants, or the nearly 2,400 square feet of outdoor space? Yep, it’s hard to pick what would be our favorite part of living at 7 Wooster Street — and we haven’t even made it inside this magnificent penthouse.
Once the key-locked elevator opens into this full floor 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,600-square-foot trophy residence we have even more to add to our list of “favorites”.
This penthouse is the stuff movies are made of. It’s not just that both the living room and dining room each have their own wall made entirely of window so you can enjoy unparalleled panoramic city views. That would be incredible enough. But no, those “windows” are actually accordion-like doors that open the entire width of the wall onto a 1,000-square-foot beautifully landscaped private terrace.
And the rest of the home leaves us equally enthralled. Its clean, simple lines and light-colored hardwood floors throughout produce a dramatic and airy effect from room to room. The custom two-toned kitchen features an eating bar, stainless steel double oven, and plenty of cabinetry for storage.
In addition to that impeccable view and terrace space, the dining room comfortably seats 10, and the nearly 500-square-foot living room with gas fireplace can easily play host to get-togethers of all sizes. With a cozy den off the living room, this home is perfectly suited for all kinds of entertaining.
Now, if you’ve been doing the math, you may have realized our description fell about 1,400 square feet short on that outdoor space, but don’t worry, we’re up to snuff on our addition. This home comes complete with an enormous secluded roof deck where you’ll find plenty of room for grand scale entertaining, and yes, even a hot tub.
Even though we don’t have $7.4M to spare, we think this rare offering is worth saving up for. If you’ve been better at banking your pennies than we have, you can contact Douglas Elliman agent Jared Seligman for a closer look.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman