43 West 13th Street, 2 - Greenwich Village, New York
An artful masterwork at an idyllic Greenwich Village address, this exquisitely designed 5000 +/- square foot loft is a downtown dream home of the highest standards. One of 22 spacious loft residences in an intimate pre-war building, the entire apartment was recently and impeccably renovated with exceptional attention to detail, and no expense spared. Currently configured with 2 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, a den and home office, there are numerous possibilities for customization of space to your lifestyle if desired. From a keyed elevator that opens directly into the full-floor residence, you are led into a dramatic 13.5' ceiling gallery that is bathed in light and luxuriously finished. The incredible 87' long living/dining/great room with 11'5" beamed ceilings, huge beautifully-detailed columns and a full bar create a perfect setting for entertaining. The stunning new state-of-the-art open gourmet kitchen will delight the discerning chef with its Snaidero Italian wood cabinetry and top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances that include a Miele oven, Bosch fridge, Wolf stove and 2 Miele dishwashers. Other special features of this distinctive home are Nest thermostat controls for heating and cooling, walnut hardwood floors; a sunken family room with massive south-facing windows and 13'5" ceilings; a private master bedroom with 2 walk-in closets and sleek en-suite bath with a steam room, sauna, glass-enclosed shower and toilet closet; plus a convenient in-home washer/dryer. The second bedroom on the opposite end of the home can accommodate a king-sized bed, office and sitting area. Adjacent to the master bedroom is a separate office with a loft atop it that can fit 2 full-sized beds as well. Built 1906, 43 West 13th Street is a boutique 9-story cooperative between prime 5th and 6th Avenues in a coveted Greenwich Village location. Enjoy living in the heart of downtown's best restaurants, shops and attractions, minutes from public transportation, Union Square Park and its famous Farmers Market.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman