It’s not very often that we show you an unfurnished listing, but we were so drawn to this duplex penthouse in the stunning Bazzini Building that we decided to break the rules. This 4,000-square-foot quintessential Tribeca loft is a buyer’s dream with exposed brick walls and giant windows, but it’s not looking to blend in with the rest of the inventory in Tribeca. This loft embraces its unique side with barrel-vaulted ceilings and arched windows framed in chestnut.
The penthouse unit is flooded with light thanks to 32 windows along with a few glass doors that lead to three separate terraces. A large living/dining room invites entertaining with a wood-burning fireplace and a balcony. Meanwhile homeowner and guests alike will appreciate the adjoining windowed eat-in kitchen with a center island.
An interesting stairway/loft ladder leads to the spacious study, which houses the second fireplace and two additional terraces. The home also features a private master suite with a luxurious windowed en suite.
The historic Bazzini Building is a boutique condominium considered by some to be in the most desirable location in Tribeca. Residents of the building enjoy the privacy of a key-locked elevator and views of the Battery Park City skyline.
[Listing: 21 Jay Street #PHE by Barrie Mandel and Stephanie Gaasterland of Corcoran Group]
Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Tags : 21 Jay Street, arched windows, barrel-vaulted ceilings, Bazzini Building, multiple terraces, wood-burning fireplace
Neighborhoods : Tribeca