81 Walker Street Apt: 2
New York, NY 10013

Cross street:Lafayette Street

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Post-war
Floors:6

Property

Ownership: Condo
Rooms: 6
Bedrooms: 3 BR
Bathrooms: 2.5
Pets: Pets No

Financials

Price: $4,498,000
Common charges: $1,500
Real estate tax: $1,827
505 Park Ave, New York, NY 10022
Courtesy of Corcoran Group

Description

A true Extra-Wide Tribeca Loft, this flawlessly renovated home features coveted original details highlighted by premier designer updates to create one of the finest three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom homes on the market.

Meticulously designed by Studio DB, this breathtaking approx. 2600-square-foot loft embraces its historic origins with abundant original details, including towering cast-iron columns, handsome window surrounds, swaths of exposed brick and beams - all accented by curated industrial design choices in fixtures and finishes. Arrive via key-locked elevator to take in a nearly 31-foot-wide great room topped by ceilings that soar more than 13+ feet tall. Light floods the space from four oversized north-facing windows, while a projection video system and expansive art walls provide the perfect destination for lavish entertaining or cozy movie nights. A striking row of cast-iron columns guides you to the picture-perfect open kitchen, where sleek and organic textures combine to phenomenal effect. Cool marble and stainless steel appliances are surrounded by raw wood cabinetry, open shelving and distinctive herringbone tile. A library, powder room, enormous laundry room with utility sink, and convenient mudroom make daily living effortless.

Bedrooms are set at the serene rear of the home for optimal peace and privacy. The owner's suite features two southern exposures and an enviable custom walk-through closet. In its jaw-dropping en suite bathroom, you'll find a freestanding soaking tub flanked by matching steam shower and water closet spaces, two separate vanities, radiant heated floor, and an antique mirror accent wall that highlights the combination of old and new. Two more bedrooms sit near a second well-appointed full bathroom, and a deeded basement storage room measuring 238 square feet adds exceptional convenience to this tremendous Tribeca showplace.

Built in 1869, this classic store-and-loft building was designed by Henry Fernbach, well-known for his numerous buildings throughout SoHo and Tribeca. Today, the elevator condominium building houses five exclusive floor-through loft residences in the heart of the Tribeca Historic District.

Located on Walker Street between famed Cortlandt Alley and Lafayette Street, this home surrounded by coveted Tribeca attractions with easy access to SoHo, Little Italy, Nolita and FiDi. Enjoy exceptional shopping, dining and nightlife, including popular American restaurant Au Cheval, French mainstay Le Coucou, and the Viking-themed lounge Live Axe on the nearby blocks. From this prime position within Tribeca's revered art district, you'll enjoy proximity to over 100 of the most significant galleries, while green space abounds at nearby Hudson River Greenway and Civic Center parks.. Transportation from this highly accessible neighborhood is unbeatable with N/Q/R/W, J/Z, 4/5/6, A/C/E and 1 trains, excellent bus service and CitiBikes all at your disposal. Seeing is Believing!!

Amenities

Laundry Room;

  • washer dryer
  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Keyed Elevator
  • Laundry Room
  • Voice Intercom

Neighborhood

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A true Extra Wide Tribeca Loft, this flawlessly renovated home features coveted original details highlighted by premier designer updates to create one of the finest three bedroom, two and a ...


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