Thirteen windows wrapping around three sides of this 1,100 square foot loft means bright and airy in a big way – even the bedroom closet and bathroom are filled with sunlight!
Overlooking two of the building’s three charming courtyards this gorgeous unit at 140 Sullivan Street has a wonderfully open floor plan with extra high ceilings exposing all of the original wood and steel beams, wide plank cherry floors throughout, and built-ins galore. And while a NYC curator created this open concept to merge the aesthetics of uptown chic with the artistic and architectural details of downtown, this home presents its next owner with a virtual clean slate as there is plenty of space to carve out additional bedrooms, an office, even formalize the dining and living areas.
But if it were up to us we probably wouldn’t change a thing – even the unusual placement of the toilet basically seated within the oversized spa style shower room gorgeously renovated with Victorian details, including a unique Victorian needle shower. (After all, this “uni-bathroom” fits in perfectly with the open floor plan!)
The non-traditional kitchen was designed around a restored 1950’s Magic Chef stove, still in good condition and at the ready for 21st century entertaining, with 6 gas burners and 2 ovens. And there’s plenty of room for an enormous dining table to seat 12 comfortably.
The spacious sleeping area features a fun tin ceiling, and a set of Victorian pocket doors opens into a sumptuous and spacious dressing room complete with hand inlaid floors of bubinga, cherry and lace wood. Bubinga doors open into a large walk-in closet with cedar- lined walls.
Situated in the heart of Soho, treasures like this don’t come along every day. You can view more of this unique loft in our gallery. Or, let Halstead agent Rosa Murphy give you a tour of this incredible space.
Photos courtesy of Halstead Property
Neighborhoods : Soho