Type
Condominium
Common Charges
N/A
RE Taxes
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For more info call
212-333-7286

Apartment Description

A quintessential SoHo loft in the heart of the historic Cast Iron District, only blocks away from the best restaurants and shopping that Downtown Manhattan has to offer! Enter into this pin-drop quiet two-bedroom plus home office, two-bath loft from a key-locked elevator, and you are welcomed by four oversized windows, 12+/- foot ceilings, original cast-iron Corinthian columns, exposed beams, and beautifully maintained original hardwood floors.

This tastefully renovated pre-war condominium, perched above the Chanel boutique on the corner of Spring and Wooster Streets, is perfect for both grand entertaining and casual, everyday living. The modern chef's kitchen offers top-of-the-line Miele appliances and an abundance of countertop and cabinetry space, including custom wine storage. The master bedroom, accessed by sliding doors, is a quiet retreat, boasting a Carrera marble bath with dual vanity, Italian Fantini hardware, soaking tub and separate shower. It also offers an abundance of closet space, including custom built-in cabinetry lining the walls and an amply sized walk-in closet. The master is complemented by a second well-proportioned bedroom with full bath, as well as a home office, which could also serve as a third sleeping area. A separate laundry room with full-size washer/dryer, sink and custom storage, central air conditioning, and an oversized 12-foot by 10-foot storage unit in the basement complete this unique offering.

139 Spring Street is a boutique pre-war 9-residential unit plus 1-commercial unit condominium built in 1909. Located in the center of Downtown's premier neighborhood, you enjoy easy accessibility to mass transit and all major thoroughfares.

Sorry no dogs.

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Building Amenities

  • storage room
Type
Condominium
Common Charges
N/A
RE Taxes
N/A
For more info call
212-333-7286

Location

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Nearby Transportation

Broadway & Prince St (3 min walk)

  • N
  • R

6th Ave & Vandam St (4 min walk)

  • C
  • E

Lafayette St & Spring St (5 min walk)

  • 6

Subway data provided by NYC Open Data.

Soho

Originally a manufacturing area, Soho was saved from being torn down to create a highway and is now the poster neighborhood for urban regeneration. Its wealth of cast iron architecture, high-end shopping, and expensive real estate has made it one of the most sought-after and trendiest...

 
 

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