In a 1900-era loft-building on a bustling West Soho block, this full-floor loft co-op at 459 West Broadway spans 3,150 square feet of brick-lined, impossibly high-ceilinged living space. On the market for $6.35 million, the three-bedroom loft has all the old-school historic details that are often copied but increasingly rare in the era of the celebrity-filled loft condo.
From the pre-requisite private keyed elevator, the space begins with a gallery hall that opens into an open living and dining space bordered by eight-foot windows. Pipes, brick and beams are left exposed, just the way we like ’em
Beneath a massive chandelier, the great room features original maple floors and five lovely cast iron columns running the length of the space.
In the bright, open kitchen overlooking the Soho streetscape is a Garland restaurant stove–aficionados would say they’d buy the loft for the stove alone.
At the rear of the loft is a tranquil master bedroom with a custom mahogany wardrobe and a large dressing area. Equally tranquil and luxuriously appointed, the loft’s baths offer perks like a deep soaking tub and double vanity sinks.
Two more spacious bedrooms make the home turn-key and family-friendly, and there’s a built-in office in the hallway just off the bedroom. Even more convenient are a full-size laundry room and a large storage space.
Images courtesy of Compass.
Neighborhoods : Soho