It’s extremely rare to find a spacious, stylish and private loft right in the middle of Manhattan’s most desirable neighborhood - yet this classic New York City loft delivers all that, and more. Bordering the Flatiron District in a converted prewar factory building, this home combines the drama and space that make it ideal for entertaining along with the everyday comforts that you desire.
The keyed elevator opens to a private hallway (only 3 units per floor). The apartment itself, with an expansive entry foyer that offers more than 30 feet of closets, welcomes you into a serene and quiet sanctuary. Turning the corner you’re greeted by an open great room with original exposed beams, nine-foot ceilings and abundant natural light streaming in from the over-sized, southern facing windows.
The fully equipped chef’s kitchen features high end Bosch appliances, plus there's a formal dining area that allows for seating of 16 or more dinner guests.
The king-sized master bedroom is light-filled and spacious with double wardrobe closets and is clad with original details such as a massive, ornate pillar and exposed wood beam.
The home office boasts custom glass pocket doors which reveal a room as large as a queen-sized bedroom along with a custom, built-in closet.
Also rare to find is the spacious master bath oasis, replete with character and Grohe fixtures, showcasing a deep soaking tub and separate shower.
Rounding out the space is a laundry room featuring a full sized, vented washer and dryer and additional storage.
This home can be configured as a 3-bedroom, 2-bath with two additional western facing windows.
This pet friendly home comes with a private storage unit in the basement, included in your low monthly common charges. Amenities include a newly installed video intercom with surveillance, a common bike room and a full-time superintendent.
The Brooks Van Horne Condominium is on the same block as the 1 Train and is 2 blocks to the F/M/L - it is also in very close proximity to the 2/3, A/C/E, N/Q/R, 4/5/6 and PATH trains, Trader Joes and Whole Foods Market, and the best dining, nightlife and shopping that New York City has to offer.