The original honeycomb skylight shines at this $2.65M Soho loft
If you’re looking for a quintessential downtown loft, 16-foot ceilings, exposed brick, lofted bedrooms and all, but don’t want to deal with renovations and taming a raw space, this two-bedroom co-op at 41 Crosby Street (also known as 428 Broome Street) fits the bill. Traditional loft proportions and 1870s detail frame modern necessities like central air, heated floors, custom closets and a mansion-worthy kitchen. Asking $2.65 million, this Soho home spans 2,452 square feet, with a layout that emphasizes privacy (for a loft, that is) and comfort.
The most dramatic feature of the space is the curved honeycomb skylight that tops the loft’s main room. Below, a meticulous luxury renovation adds a house-like feel, complete with elegant wood flooring, two fireplaces, and custom statement light fixtures. Two separate entrances mean even more privacy.
Exposed brick lines the loft’s north wall, adding warmth and historic charm. The kitchen that anchors the space features chef-ready Thermador appliances including double ovens with steam and column refrigeration with dual wine coolers. A dramatic 14-foot island serves as a gathering spot. There’s even a laundry room and a mud room with plenty of storage–and more in the building’s basement.
Lofted bedrooms are on opposite sides of the space; the master bedroom is surrounded by custom walk-in closets across three of its walls. While currently open to the downstairs, each bedroom can be enclosed if desired.
Though the bathrooms are located downstairs below the bedrooms, both are stunning affairs. You’ll find full sized enclosed showers, soaking tubs, heated floors and dramatic marble and modern wood finishes, with plenty of space for storage.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.