This $1.5M Seaport loft is a refreshing mix of old and new
This classic corner loft co-op at 270 Water Street in a Seaport district that’s changing more every day has old-school Manhattan charm, up-to-the-minute renovated interiors and plenty of space and light. It’s a three-flight walkup, but the sunlight and City Hall views mean that can be as much a positive as a workout. It’s asking $1.485 million.
This 1,250-square-feet two bedroom home has a standard loft-style open layout that features lots of windows, exposed brick, beamed ceilings and wide-plank flooring. An entry gallery offers a great backdrop for art; the gallery opens into the living/dining room. A stylish kitchen has a suite of stainless steel appliances including a Viking range and a Miele dishwasher.
A corner master bedroom joins a well-proportioned second bedroom, and a crisp, white bath gets more exposed brick. Additional perks include an in-unit washer/dryer.
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