This 1.5 bedroom/2 bathroom loft condo in historic Bank Building with floor to ceiling windows and 2 private outdoor spaces.
A massive sunken living room with soaring 14+ft ceilings, terrific western light and a wall of floor to ceiling windows with access to the secluded landscaped garden define this sprawling and architecturally rich approx. 2700 sq ft loft.
After passing through the intimate entry foyer, one arrives to a modern, open kitchen which has quartz counters, double sink, stainless steel appliances, 4 burner cook top, Miele oven and a breakfast bar with seating for 4. The kitchen connects to a substantial dining area and a spacious den with a full bath nearby. The east-facing master bedroom suite has a planted patio, huge en-suite solarium style bathroom and 2 large dressing closets.
The patio is a unique feature, surrounded by the bedroom and bath, it provides light and a sense of tranquillity to both rooms. Dual vanities, oversized Zuma air tub, large walk in shower, and a water closet with Toto toilet and bidet combine to create a luxurious bathroom. A staircase at the far end of the living room leads to an open loft area, with 6'5" ceilings, that works well as a sleeping or office space. Additionally, there is a vented laundry room, central air and abundant closet space.
Custom designed and built by the award winning interior designer, Laura Bohn, this unique and dramatic loft has the feel of a quiet, private house with the added benefit of a part-time doorman (M-Sat). This glamorous loft is truly one of a kind and offers a quiet oasis to escape the noise and pace of NYC living. The Bank Building condominium, with only 11 homes, is perfectly situated at the cross roads of the West Village, Meatpacking District and West Chelsea. Built in 1907 and converted to condominium in 2000, this boutique building has a part-time doorman (8am-8pm M-Thurs, 8am-midnight Fri & Sat) and a full time super. In addition to the convenience of this location regarding public transportation, outside your doorstep is The Whitney Museum, The Highline, Chelsea Market and the most fashionable restaurants, boutiques and art galleries downtown has to offer.