Tastefully renovated, while retaining its pre-war charm, this sun-flooded top floor two bedroom home is a true Lower East side gem.
Open and airy, the 24' wide living and dining area receives an abundance of light from four east-facing windows and an oversized 9' long skylight featuring exposed beams. With ceiling heights of almost 10', an exposed brick wall with built in bookshelves, and white oak floors, the configuration and generous scale of the main living space is well suited for day to day living, as well as entertaining. Open to the dining area, the recently renovated chef's kitchen features stainless steel countertops, ample storage, a dual LG washer/dryer, and stainless steel Bosch appliances including a dishwasher.
The bedrooms, both of which are serene, are found off the entrance hallway, which holds two generous-sized closets. The master bedroom features exposed brick with built in shelving, and is outfitted with two sizable closets as well as overhead storage. Opposite is a smaller second bedroom with concealed shelving. Adjacent to both is a windowed bath that includes a deep jetted soaking tub. Mitsubishi split air conditioning units, hardwood floors throughout, and an abundance of closets complete this well appointed home.
Built in 1920, 106 Suffolk Street is an intimate, self-managed 10 unit walk up on the Lower East Side with low maintenance and additional storage in the basement. Located just two blocks from the F, M, J and Z trains, the apartment is convenient to the neighborhood's plentiful restaurants, boutiques, and coffee shops.
Just four flights up, this top floor unit is not one to miss.