A rare 2,270-square-foot corner condominium in a prewar boutique building close to City Hall and Tribeca.
Encompassing the entire ninth floor, this loft has 11-foot ceilings, original beams, and 10 large windows in the living room facing south, east, and north. While currently configured as a two-bedroom, two-bathroom + home office, there is more than enough space to add a third windowed bedroom. Perfect for entertaining, there is an open, sleek kitchen with Viking and Gaggenau appliances and plenty of space for multiple seating and dining areas on either side of the two-sided gas fireplace. The master bedroom can easily fit a king sized bed and features a huge walk-in closet and spacious master bath. The apartment also has a walk-in laundry room with shelving and comes with a large storage room in the basement. Pets are welcome.
Built in 1923 by Benjamin Wistar Morris III and converted to condominium lofts in 2000, the Edgar House (named after Edgar Allan Poe, who worked in the building that preceded 25 Ann Street) is a well-established nine-unit condominium with a key-lock elevator that opens directly into each full-floor loft. The location makes this offering even more exceptional by being a short distance to Tribeca, City Hall, Eataly, the revamped South Street Seaport, and the new World Trade Center Oculus, with convenient access to nine different subway lines and amazing shopping/dining. Additionally, just around the corner are Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally’s restaurants at the new Beekman Hotel, as well as Nobu’s flagship restaurant. Please contact us to schedule a private appointment to see Residence 9, an amazing opportunity to own a beautiful loft in this increasingly desirable neighborhood.