Unique! You won't see anything else like this. Priced for this market and with low monthlies, this prewar loft triplex condo in prime SoHo is ready for your creative touch. With your own separate entrance and address on tree-lined Thompson Street, you'll benefit from the condominium's amenities and security while maintaining your own privacy.
With ceilings that soar to 16 feet, the lower living level has that open floor plan you want with the kitchen, dining and living areas flowing seamlessly from one to the other. The dining area easily seats twelve, if not more. This is incredible space that can feel intimate yet is superb for full-on entertaining or hosting an event. There is also a half bath on this level.
The entry level has 12-foot ceilings. Long used as internal bedrooms, each bonus room has a large ensuite bathroom. Up a few stairs of separation is the sunlight-filled, master bedroom whose bathroom has a walk-in rain shower.
Featuring a wall of West-facing windows, original brick walls, gleaming hardwood floors, central air conditioning, washer/dryer, and generous storage including an underground vault/wine cellar, this is a rare opportunity to purchase and create a home that says "WOW!"
Located in SoHo's Cast-Iron historic district, this triplex loft townhouse is a part of the 426 West Broadway House Condominium. Originally built in 1880 as a storage warehouse that was converted to condominiums in 1984, this well-managed building provides a part-time doorman (7 AM-5 PM, M-F), a package room, superintendent, private storage, and a rooftop courtyard. Pets allowed with board approval. A surcharge of $100 per month and a capital assessment of $294 per month are in effect until February, 2020.