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This unusual loft has both charm and possibilities. It's currently set up as a one bedroom, with another interior bedroom, but that could change. All it needs is imagination. There are many original details; lovely maple floors, columns and beams.
The living room is big and bright, with French doors and a new hot water heater and heating system. The maintenance includes gas for heat and cooking. Built in 1879, the building, as is common with its neighbors, does not have high ceilings, but other units have exposed the beams for a lovely effect.
It's rare to find a property that allows you to use your imagination. The building is small and friendly, with a new key-locked elevator. The Seaport is one of New York's best secrets; a salty, old neighborhood still intact with the history of old New York. Seagulls, saltwater, boats; they're all there.
Listing Courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens.