Elegant full-floor home in a historic townhouse showcasing the perfect balance between classic and contemporary.
The property underwent complete renovation a few years ago to bring this 18th century beauty to 21st century aesthetics.
This apartment is in the oldest residential building in Manhattan.
Currently this approximately 1400 Sq Ft home is configured as a 2 bedroom with a custom-built Knoll home office and a separate library, it can be easily converted to a 3 bedroom with 2 baths.
The entrance opens up to a massive 30 feet by 15 feet dining and entertainment space overlooking a charming cobblestone street through huge west facing windows.
This unit has a separate private entrance directly off the street.
The large kitchen is a chef's dream featuring a Wolf professional range, Miele and Liebherr appliances and custom-built kitchen cabinetry with Danby marble countertops. The spacious bathroom has been completely remodeled and features THG Paris fixtures. Carlyle wide plank pine floors and exposed brick walls highlight the high ceilings with recessed lighting and generous proportions.
New split A/C system.
Topping it all off is a beautifully curated roof deck shared with only 3 other units! Other amenities include abundant free cellar storage and a laundry room located on the same level as the apartment.
The Captain Joseph Rose House, built circa 1773, has a rich and colorful history. Located on a quiet cobblestone street in the South Street Seaport, it is very close to excellent restaurants and shopping, parks and other attractions. Just to name a few, The Fulton by Jean-Georges, Malibu Farm, SUteiShi, iPic theater, Pier 17 and new Peck Slip Park.
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