This Little Italy loft apartment at 161 Mulberry Street is all wood and brick. You’ve got striking exposed ceiling beams in the open living and dining area and brick walls in pretty much every room of the apartment. The result is a boho-chic pad with a big price tag: $20,000 a month, to be exact. Think it’s worth a stay in this sprawling apartment? We should mention that the price includes all the fancy furniture as well.
The unit spans 2,550 square feet and includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Our favorite part of the apartment is this open living/dining area, with its 13-foot ceilings, huge windows, and exposed ceiling beams. How cool is that chandelier, fashioned from wood and rope? It looks like something out of a western film.
You’ll find exposed brick nearly everywhere you look–in the office space, the bathrooms and the bedrooms. That’s coupled with marble finishes in the bathrooms to give the space a more sleek, modern look.
It’s a big perk that this rental comes fully furnished, because the furniture is beautiful and fits perfectly with the interior design. A lofted bed in one of the bedrooms leaves room for an antique-looking couch and a wood chest.
And it’s hard not to love the huge, historic windows throughout the place. The location is also a major draw–the apartment is located within a number of great neighborhoods that include Chinatown, Nolita, SoHo and the Lower East Side. All the restaurants, bars and shopping outside, and all of this space and exposed brick inside? Seems like a nice setup to us.
Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman
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