Modern luxury meets prewar style at 14 Prince Street, 3B. This large, one-bedroom Nolita residence – which can be easily converted to its original two-bedroom plan – is located in a rare, prewar condominium building at the corner of Prince and Elizabeth Streets.
The entrance leads to a massive, open kitchen outfitted with marble countertops, a tiled backsplash, and a full suite of Viking appliances including an integrated wine refrigerator. This kitchen features a large island that can also function as a breakfast bar and flows seamlessly into a sprawling, sun-soaked living and dining space. Two decorative fireplaces line the exposed brick walls. A built-in Murphy bed, flanked by custom designed storage and cabinetry, is situated in the corner and can be sectioned off to create a second bedroom.
Off the living room is the bright bedroom which features two northern-facing windows that overlook the boutique shops of tree-lined Prince Street. The master bathroom offers a spa-like retreat and is appointed with a glass-enclosed rain shower with multiple jets and large soaking tub. Marble walls and Moroccan tile floors complete this luxurious bathroom.
Other noteworthy features in the home are hardwood flooring throughout, recessed lighting and ample open shelving in the living space.
14 Prince boasts a central courtyard garden for residents, a part-time doorman, laundry, and bike and storage facilities. This alluring, intimate neighborhood contains an array of acclaimed dining and shopping options. Ideally located between the Lower East side and Soho, 14 Prince is surrounded by several public transit lines.