It doesn’t get much more Soho than this rare (in this century) live/work-legal penthouse at 35 Wooster Street, in one of the neighborhood’s most iconic buildings–not least of all due to the fact that the popular art institution and gallery The Drawing Center anchors the building as the street-level tenant on landmarked Wooster Street. This beautifully-preserved pre-war cast-iron three-bedroom loft has the typical open layout, tons of detail and character (including high ceilings, a fireplace and amazing skylights), and plenty of light.
Besides having a view to One World Trade and beyond, over 1,500 square feet of rooftop space mean you could cultivate your own country garden paradise, even in the shadow of an historic Soho water tower.
A stylish and functional renovated kitchen boasts premium stainless steel appliances, plenty of storage and a washer/dryer, and plenty of room for two or fifty in the dining area.
The home’s bedrooms resemble refreshing studio spaces with unconventional shapes but plenty of room to work and relax. The upper level bedroom is a light-filled greenhouse aerie, and a sky-and-light-filled atrium bath between rooms looks like it’s as perfect for cultivating greenery as it is for bathing.
Additional perks at the Lyall House condominium loft building include low monthly fees and extra storage.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Soho