A cavernous, floor-through loft that spreads across 4,800 SF of pristine living space, this 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom home juxtaposes gorgeous original details with a host of modern finishes. Features include dark hardwood floors, airy 13-foot ceilings with unique exposed brick barrel vaults, several exposed brick walls, a quartet of original cast iron columns, a huge temperature controlled wine room, central A/C, and a high-tech Crestron home automation system that controls lighting, shades, HVAC, and AV functionality throughout the home.
Accessed via a private, key-locked elevator, the home begins with a closeted entry area and then expands into a vast, open-concept living room/dining room/kitchen. Serviced by a full wet bar and a powder room, the space is equally suited for entertaining large parties or hosting intimate dinners. The living room is anchored by 5 large arched windows that flood the home with natural light and overlook the bustling activity of Broadway, and the dining area sits conveniently between the wet bar and the kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a collection of high-end finishes that include a large, eat-in island, sleek white countertops, beautiful wood cabinets and drawers, and a suite of stainless steel appliances—including Viking double ovens, a Viking cooktop, and a Sub-Zero double refrigerator/freezer.
With windows facing both east and south, the home’s master bedroom features a spacious dressing area—with a pair of reach-in closets and a separate half-bathroom—as well as a luxurious, spa-like ensuite with limestone tiles, a walk-in shower with a rain showerhead multiple jets, a separate sunken tub, and double vanity sinks. The second bedroom contains its own 4-piece ensuite bathroom as well as a pair of walk-in closets while the third bedroom has a large reach-in closet and sits just across from the home’s third full bathroom. A washer/dryer unit completes the home.
The Dandy is a residential loft building in NoHo, and sits just blocks away from Washington Square Park, St. Marks, and Greenwich Village. It was built in in the late 19th century and was designed by DeLemos & Cordes—a team whose other buildings include Macy’s in Herald Square and the Siegel-Cooper on Sixth Avenue. The Dandy has a full-time superintendent and storage facilities. Pieds-a-terre and pets allowed.