461 Broome Street. Soho, The most beautiful Light and Views. An impeccably stylish space, fully renovated, a traditionally loft like home. A luxurious residence in a prewar building. Two bedrooms (2nd room is interior), two baths, approximately 2000 square feet, 11' ceilings, streaming light thru north and south windows. Full sky, glorious views of elegant cast iron building facades. The large living area is the perfect entertainment space. The open Chef's Kitchen features a sleek design, a stainless island bar which fits four stools. In fact, all counters and appliances are stainless. Custom designed storage drawers and cabinets with interior lighting. The appliances includes a professional six burner Viking Range with vented hood, a Bosch dishwasher, Sub Zero refrigerator, and a vertical pull out storage pantry. The hardwood floors are oak, finished in matte black; recessed ceiling lights throughout with dimmers. Two zones central air conditioning. Custom sliding opaque glass and wood doors. Enter the master area through a wide hallway, complete with a wall of custom built, sumptuous floor to ceiling fitted closets. The en-suite master bedroom and the adjoining windowed office are light, bright and quiet. There are three large south facing windows with brilliant light all day long. The master bath is spa like with Ann Sacks pebble stone tile, a gorgeous free standing Duravit soaking tub and a separate large shower complete with an Axor/Hansgrohe five piece shower set. The second bathroom is also fashioned with Ann Sacks pebble stone and has a stall shower with Jado fixtures. The interior sleep area has a sliding door entrance, a translucent transom window, fitted closets and central air conditioning. There is a separate laundry room with a washer and dryer, hot water heater and storage.The Co-op has no underlying mortgage, and a low monthly maintenance of $1826. There is video intercom, a key locked elevator that opens directly to the living area. The co-op is located in the Soho Historic Cast Iron District and consists of eight residential units within two 19th Century Buildings. Originally built in 1871 as commercial space, in 1983 it was converted to a residential cooperative. There are two separate entrances, each has it's own elevator. The building is self-managed. Pets are welcome. Architect: Griffith Thomas, Builder: Marc Eidlitz. Situated between Greene Street and Mercer Street, among dining, night life, boutiques and home furnishing stores, galleries, and easy access to transportation. Come home to 461 Broome in Soho, one of the worlds most sought after residential neighborhoods.