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50 Wooster St 5N, New York, NY 10013

$14,770,000
Active Listing
Listing Details:
$14,770,000 Price
Condo Property Type
SoHo Neighborhood
3 Beds
3.5 Baths
4,800 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,942 Maint/CC
$2,817 RET
Key Features:
Fireplace
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Unit Laundry
Unit Terrace
Description:

Captivating and ultra-modern.

Loft 5N is a 3 -bedroom/3.5-bathroom full-floor home with private elevator entrance.

Perfect and singular, this 4800 square foot luxury loft begins with its entry guided by a custom backlit bookshelf wall that leads easily into the great room. Surrounded and bathed in natural sunlight with custom arched windows, this room features multiple exposures. Imported European oak floors have been added throughout the space as well as custom ceiling beams and lighting by world-renowned Herv Descottes. The adjacent private terrace with its brick archway is accessed by two sets of French doors, completing this most remarkable interior landscape, which has been skillfully designed to accommodate your every desire. Relax- Work- Entertain!

Keeping the integrity of this homes' design, one flows seamlessly into the open concept kitchen. The continuity of craftsmanship and color is obvious here with the Caesarstone countertops and custom cabinetry with hidden panels. The placement of Gaggenau and Miele appliances offers an intelligent, highly functional Chef's gallery. There is an additional Miele dishwasher, Liebherr wine cooler, and plenty of storage in the pantry/laundry room along with Miele washer/dryer and utility sink.

The stand-alone powder room off the kitchen pays homage to NYC and Piet Mondrian with its multicolored sensitile wall panel offering contrasting colors, sparkly pearl-like wallpaper, and includes Antonio Lupi and Laufen fixtures.

Follow the lines of this artfully styled home and enter the sleeping quarters.
The Master is spacious, with opposite walls of windows (facing east and west) equipped with motorized black-out shades. Separate walk-in closet/ dressing room, as well as floor-to-ceiling wardrobes with custom lighting and motorized clothes rods, supply ample storage. Sleep on the custom king bed featuring motorized headboards, you can choose to face either the EcoSmart fireplace or the peaceful outdoors. White curved wall leads to the ensuite bath featuring; porcelain heated flooring, Laufen wall hung toilet & bidet, and custom glass mosaic wall tiles. Soak in the raw copper spa tub or take a hot steam in the enclosed glass shower with seating for two. Easily adjust the wall of windows with the touch of a button; watch as they become opaque, creating an ambiance of secluded elegance.

The second and larger of the guest bedrooms is equipped with motorized blackout shades as well as with two motorized twin beds which can become one king-size bed. This bedroom features wall-to-wall custom wardrobes with Luminii lighting and built-in automated clothing rods. The en-suite bathroom offers a glass top floating vanity, Laufen wall hung bidet, and toilet with a full-size bathtub. The third guest bedroom is also equipped with motorized black-out shades and wall-to-wall custom wardrobes with Luminii lighting and automated clothing rods.

The third full bathroom offers a Steamist steam shower, a built-in medicine cabinet, and a glass top floating vanity.

Two separate buildings comprise The Wooster Street Condominium at 42-50 Wooster Street. The 50 Wooster building was originally a six-story Romanesque cast-iron structure built in 1895 and designed by the architect F. S. Baldwin. The two buildings were renovated in the late 1990s by Lawrence B. Bogdanow, an architect and longtime SoHo resident. Many of the famed cast-iron and loft attributes were saved through a unique partnership with the Landmarks Commission.

Private showings are by appointment only. Please give us at least 48-hour notice.

Listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman Real Estate

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