The Stable at 136 Baxter Street, is an extraordinarily rare live/work opportunity in the downtown market. This three floor, 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath loft plus fully functional office is a property of tremendous scale and stature. Home to an astounding collection of impeccably refurbished industrial materials including beautiful pine ceilings, original cast iron columns, exposed timber beams and white washed brick. The Stable is a fusion of illustrious qualities found in a historic loft.
The impressive main level with soaring 138 ceilings features an open floor plan of marvelous proportions. A voluminous living/dining room with exposed brick is anchored by two prominent cast iron columns, and an abundance of natural light streams in from a large skylight above. The Italian Valcucine kitchen is a chefs dream, appointed with the finest premium appliances, including a Subzero refrigerator and Miele stove. A Caesarstone island provides space for easy dinner preparation and casual dining alike. There is a powder room on this level.
The graceful upper level is laid out with privacy in mind. A wide gallery, perfect for displaying art separates the three bedrooms. The light filled Master Suite is comprised of a spacious bedroom, with striking treetop views through two East facing exposures, and an enviably sized fully built out walk in closet. A spa-like master bath, well equipped with deep soaking tub and double wall mounted vanity completes this sanctuary. Two large additional bedrooms, each with their own full bath complete this floor.
The lower level, a generously sized 26' x 23' open space with lofty 9.5' ceilings, is well lit through the combination iron and glass staircase. Ideally suited for a small, boutique team, it can be easily customized to suit professional needs of any nature.
The entire residence is hardwired with a top of the line AV system, controlled by iPad and has 20 data ports for expanded and upgraded WiFi to suit the needs of 20+ users.
Located on a serene, tree-lined street, the handsomely restored Machinery Exchange is comprised of only 12 units establishing a sense of privacy and exclusivity. The building was originally erected as a horse stable for the famed Beaux-Arts Police Building and was eventually converted to a manufacturing warehouse before emerging as a boutique condominium. Meticulously maintained by a full time resident manager who has been profiled in the New York Times, amenities include a 24-hour virtual doorman, package room off the lobby and a deeded storage room included in the sale. The 1915 building occupies a prime location at the intersection of SoHo, Nolita, Chinatown, Little Italy and TriBeCa.