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Condominium
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212-333-7286

Apartment Description

3-bedroom duplex, fully renovated to mint condition.Beautiful Mid-19th Century Federal style townhouse, situated in a row of redbrick houses built by John Jacob Astor. This Parlor & Garden Level home was recently renovated to the highest standards. The Parlor Level boasts 11' ceilings, two exposed brick decorative fireplaces, a Powder Room and an open-plan design that seamlessly connects living, dining & kitchen spaces with a flow ideal for entertaining. Infused with light, this luminous home enjoys primary east and west exposures, and is permeated by numerous lot line windows facing north and south.

The modern kitchen, equipped with ample storage, cabinetry and state-of-the-art appliances, is at the tranquil garden side of the apartment, and opens onto the stone-paved & planted, two-level rear courtyard that is shaded by a mature Japanese maple tree. This quiet retreat can also be accessed from the 3-bedroom suite, via French doors at the lower Garden Level. The Master Bedroom is equipped with an en suite bathroom and generous closet space. The second and third bedrooms share a conveniently positioned bathroom.

The renovation upgrade added triple-glazed fenestration, high-efficiency central air-conditioning and heating, radiant underfloor heat systems, a washer/dryer, and Runtal radiators to bring this historic residence right up to date in terms of 21st Century convenience and comfort.

This exceptional home, located in the heart of Soho, is just steps away from classic downtown restaurants, Balthazar, Raoul's, and Blue Ribbon Sushi, The Dutch, Navy and Little Prince. Available starting November 1st at $13,000 per month.

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

Location

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Nearby Transportation

6th Ave & Vandam St (2 min walk)

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Varick St & King St (3 min walk)

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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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