Located in the nexus of Greenwich Village, Union Square and the East Village, this rarely available open and airy mint condo loft in the American Felt Building features a newly renovated sleek chef's kitchen, large dining and living spaces, full bedroom, bonus loft sleeping space and storage galore. The kitchen highlights include a professional grade Viking range, Sub-Zero fridge and wine cooler, Caesarstone quartz countertops, Bosch dishwasher, Hansgrohe fixtures, soft closing solid wood cabinets, built-in microwave and a garbage disposal. Custom Techlighting and Lutron dimmers throughout help to set any type of mood. This loft offers beautiful original hardwood floors, over-sized south and west facing windows, a natural gas exterior vent fireplace, soaring 13 ft. ceilings throughout, which provide fantastic volume and storage space including a pull-down attic and the convenience of an in-apartment Maytag washer/dryer. The well laid out master bath includes a Carrara marble vanity with double sinks, Waterworks fixtures and separate toilet area. Additional perks include new commercial grade Friedrich air conditioning and deeded bike and storage room in basement included.
The loft is located in the 1903 American Felt Building, a full-service condominium with a well maintained common roof deck, central courtyard and low monthlies. The American Felt Building once supplied the hammer and brushing felt to Steinway pianos. Converted from a loft building to residences in the mid 1980s, the full-service building set the precursor to much of what is considered desirable in downtown New York real estate today. Annual: $6,750 Per Month
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