Completely reimagined by celebrated designers Ashe + Leandro, Loft 4F at 345 West 13th Street is a grand-scaled 2,866 square foot three-bedroom, three-bathroom prewar condominium home finished in the highest quality materials. Located at the crossroads of the West Village and Meatpacking, this is sprawling loft living paired with the luxurious convenience of a full-service condominium.
An expansive and open 23 foot wide corner great room with a double exposure occupies the entire west wing of the home. Coveted prewar details include heavy timber beams, exposed masonry walls, and brick archways paired with beautiful custom steel casement doors. A dramatic custom wood burning fireplace anchors the room and ceiling heights of over 10 feet evoke unprecedented scale. Throughout the home, white oak wide plank floors are laid in a random cut, offering rich character detail.
The large kitchen features an open plan with incredible storage and is outfitted with sleek custom cabinetry. Additional features include marble countertops, an island large enough to easily seat four, brass hardware and a suite of top-of-the-line Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances.
It is very rare to find an apartment with bedrooms carrying the dimensions of those in this home. Again, custom black casement doors lead to an incredible primary suite, a thoughtful separation from the loft's public spaces. The sumptuous en suite bathroom is clad in marble outfitted with brass Waterworks fixtures and is complete with a glass-walled shower and deep soaking tub. The generous walk-in closet offers ample storage. Two additional bedrooms are sizable in proportion (similar to any primary bedroom) and share a second full bath. A well-appointed third bathroom is available to guests.
345 West 13th Street is among the West Village's premier prewar condominium buildings. Amenities include a full-time doorman, live-in super, storage and shared roof garden. The building is centrally located and mere moments away from local amenities the High Line, Hudson River Park, the Whitney Museum and neighborhood landmark, Pastis.