Designed by noted architect Stephen Decatur Hatch, the classic loft building at 165 Duane Street, now a boutique co-op residence, was built in 1882 as coconut processing and packaging factory. This Tribeca loft retains the foundation of its industrial past with exposed wooden beams and columns and 14 windows, yet this three-bedroom home set high above Duane Park has the polished appearance of a classic Manhattan co-op. Asking $3.195 million, the loft has been fully renovated, adding modern convenience and considered design choices in fixtures and finishes.
In this impressively large and beautiful home, an open great room is framed by ceilings of over ten feet. Divided into living and dining areas, the space possesses both warm elegance and loft cool.
A gorgeous chef’s kitchen boasts hard-working Thermador appliances, on-trend pale green Shaker cabinetry and chic marble countertops. An expansive island invites gathering.
The master suite offers the same blend of elegance and classic loft cool. A large walk-in closet hides behind a wall, and an en-suite bath retains historic charm with a marble-topped vanity.
There are two additional bedrooms, custom closets and a full bathroom. A windowed home office/den could easily be a fourth bedroom. In addition to large closets throughout, there is an in-unit washer/dryer and central A/C. The building offers a landscaped common roof deck, additional storage and a bike room.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca