Exceptional loft living awaits in this expansive 1,400-square-foot home filled with original architectural details, a rich musical history, outstanding natural light and contemporary designer finishes.
Key-locked elevator entry invites you inside to discover rich walnut floors, 10-foot-tall ceilings, exposed brick, dramatic wood beams and columns. Oversized windows capture beautiful morning sun and reflected evening light. The massive great room welcomes lavish entertaining and comfortable relaxation surrounded by built-in cabinetry and oversized windows capturing open-sky views to the north and east. The windowed open kitchen impresses with sleek cabinetry, a wraparound breakfast bar and elite appliances, including a vented Viking gas range, wine refrigerator and dishwasher.
Pocket doors open to three spacious interior bedrooms, including a primary suite featuring a wall of closets and a spa bathroom with floor-to-ceiling tile, floating double vanity and a large soaking tub/rain shower. Two secondary bedrooms feature excellent built-in storage and easy access to a full guest bathroom. A home office area, an oversized laundry room with an in-unit washer and vented dryer, and HVAC units in every room add comfort and convenience to this Tribeca loft showplace.
Currently configured with three interior bedrooms, an alternate floor plan shows an ideal true three-bedroom layout that retains the spacious open-plan living spaces. This home conveys with a private storage unit.
474 Greenwich Street is a handsome boutique cooperative constructed in 1885. In the 1970s, it served as both home and performance space for numerous punk musicians of the era, including Richard Hell. Jean-Michel Basquiat and other downtown artists were frequent visitors to the enclave known as "The Ranch." Today, residents of the self-managed, pet-friendly building enjoy excellent financials, an updated fa ade, video security, storage and a landscaped roof deck. Subletting, co-purchasing, guarantors and parents buying for children are permitted with board approval. Eighty percent financing.
On this charming Belgian-block street, you're surrounded by Tribeca's world-class shopping, dining and nightlife with easy access to Hudson Square and SoHo. Dine at Estancia, The Greek or Lindens. Get in a workout at Dogpound or Barry's Bootcamp and enjoy easy access to both the Hudson Square Trader Joe's and Tribeca Whole Foods. Two blocks away, Hudson River Park offers 550 acres of riverfront open space and recreation. Nearby 1 and A/C/E trains, excellent bus service and CitiBikes put the rest of the city within easy reach.