Capturing the essence of its prime Tribeca location, this one-of-a-kind triplex loft was completely gut renovated to accommodate sleek modern living while maintaining its classic old-world charm. Original details like Corinthian cast-iron columns, dramatic double-height ceilings, and oversized sash windows are enhanced by modern luxuries such as an integrated home automation and entertainment system, and the finest finishes and fixtures.
Enter through the foyer, conveniently anchored by a powder room, this stunning three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom home is the pinnacle of loft-like living. Boasting approximately 2,900 square feet of interiors, defining features include a grand living room with a wood-burning fireplace, several custom built-ins, beautiful hardwood floors, and multiple auxiliary rooms perfect for a home office, guest quarters, or secondary living/entertainment areas.
No stone left unturned, the kitchen is outfitted with an eat-in waterfall marble island with sleek countertops, a matching backsplash, and is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances by Sub-Zero and Miele. Behind the kitchen is a quiet bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
One flight up, the lofted mezzanine’s den overlooks the entertaining level and flows along a bridged walkway to the secluded primary suite. The spaciously lavish suite delivers a fanciful walk-in closet with custom built-ins. Uniquely designed with thoughtful detail, the bathroom features dual sinks and a glass-enclosed walk-in shower.
The lower level boasts endless recreational space and flexibility, in addition to a third bedroom with an en-suite bathroom. Ample closet and storage space complete the floor.
Additional comforts include automated blinds, built-in wall and ceiling speakers wired for surround sound, a six-zone Sonos system, an in-unit Miele washer/dryer, an alarm system as well as a brand-new HVAC and boiler system.
Formerly a saddlery store and warehouse, 55 White Street was designed by John Kellum, one of the most prominent and prolific commercial architects of the mid-nineteenth century. A landmarked cast-iron building dating back to 1861, this boutique condominium is perfectly situated between Church and Broadway with top galleries, restaurants, and boutiques right outside your door. With seven floors and only sixteen apartments, residents enjoy a beautiful common roof deck with a barbeque and lounge area, a virtual security system, and a full-time super. The building is conveniently located near transportation options including numerous subway lines (with N/Q/R/W, J/Z, 4/5/6, A/C/E, and 1 train), Citi Bike, buses, and more.
Offered furnished or unfurnished. Furnished rent is $25,500.
Pets are considered on a case-by-case basis.
The residence is also available for purchase.