414 Washington Street, New York, New York, 10013

414 Washington Street Apt: 2
New York NY 10013

Cross street:Hubert Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Pre-war
Floors:7

Property

Rooms: 10
Bedrooms: 4 BR
Bathrooms: 4.5
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Rent $40,000
594 Broadway, New York, NY 10012, USA
Courtesy of Compass

Description

Situated in a prime North Tribeca historic district location, this grand triplex feels like a Soho loft. The result of combining two units, this townhouse-like home has 5,428 square feet of interior living space across 3 levels – connected by a custom sweeping staircase – plus 436 square feet of private outdoor space. Accessed through a direct-key locked elevator, the second floor features a remodeled chef’s kitchen with large island & adjacent floating dining space open to a grand family room with beautiful cobblestone streetscape & Hudson River views. There’s also a separate and private wing containing a powder room, the primary bedroom plus 2 guest bedrooms and a laundry closet. Descend the stairs to the first floor, which features a cavernous living room with high beamed ceilings, fireplace & wine vault – in addition to a private study, guest bedroom plus a full bathroom. Descend the stairs to the lower level, which features a large open recreation space with powder room plus private courtyard – designed to resemble the courtyard at the Greenwich Hotel. 78 Laight Street – aka 414 Washington Street – is a boutique & bespoke virtual doorman condominium built from the ground up in 2006 on the site of the former Pearline Soap Factory. These gorgeous full- floor & multi-floor lofts are replete with high-caliber custom finishes & features including wide plank floors, floor-to-ceiling arched windows and soaring ceilings with reclaimed wood beams.

Amenities

  • Patio
  • Washer Dryer
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Part Time Doorman

Neighborhood

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Situated in a prime North Tribeca historic district location, this grand triplex feels like a Soho loft.

Description

Situated in a prime North Tribeca historic district location, this grand triplex feels like a Soho loft. The result of combining two units, this townhouse-like home has 5,428 square feet of interior living space across 3 levels – connected by a custom sweeping staircase – plus 436 square feet of private outdoor space. Accessed through a direct-key locked elevator, the second floor features a remodeled chef’s kitchen with large island & adjacent floating dining space open to a grand family room with beautiful cobblestone streetscape & Hudson River views. There’s also a separate and private wing containing a powder room, the primary bedroom plus 2 guest bedrooms and a laundry closet. Descend the stairs to the first floor, which features a cavernous living room with high beamed ceilings, fireplace & wine vault – in addition to a private study, guest bedroom plus a full bathroom. Descend the stairs to the lower level, which features a large open recreation space with powder room plus private courtyard – designed to resemble the courtyard at the Greenwich Hotel. 78 Laight Street – aka 414 Washington Street – is a boutique & bespoke virtual doorman condominium built from the ground up in 2006 on the site of the former Pearline Soap Factory. These gorgeous full- floor & multi-floor lofts are replete with high-caliber custom finishes & features including wide plank floors, floor-to-ceiling arched windows and soaring ceilings with reclaimed wood beams.

Amenities

  • Patio
  • Washer Dryer
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Part Time Doorman

Neighborhood

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