Beautifully renovated, this turn-key, full floor 4-bedroom 3-bath home is the quintessential Noho loft. With 11-foot high barrel vaulted ceilings and sophisticated design throughout, no detail was overlooked in its meticulous renovation by leading Los Angeles-based designers Nickey Kehoe. The construction quality is outstanding and it is truly in move-in condition, with multi-zone central A/C, hardwood floors, and top-of-the-line finishes throughout.
A key-locked elevator opens into a long and elegant entry gallery, separating the living area from the primary suite. Light from the five oversized windows overlooking the treetops and handsome turn-of-the-century architecture of Great Jones Street draws visitors into the great room, whose impressive scale is perfect for entertaining. Spanning over 43 feet in length, the room offers multiple seating and dining areas, and is open to the beautiful chef's kitchen. Featuring a massive marble island with counter seating for four and top-of-the-line appliances, including a Wolf range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and an integrated Monogram dishwasher, the kitchen is a cook's dream. Extensive custom cabinetry, including high cabinets accessed by a rolling library ladder, are supplemented by a large walk-in pantry. Returning to the entry hall, a spacious cloakroom doubles as a laundry room, with a stacked oversized washer and dryer.
The luxurious corner primary suite occupies its own wing at the western end of the loft. This light filled private oasis has eight oversized windows. The spectacular primary bath is adorned with parquet de versailles hardwood floors, a marble-topped double vanity, a freestanding soaking tub, a walk-in shower with a stone floor and Tadelakt plaster walls, a separate water closet, and generous storage. The exquisite dressing room is fitted with finely crafted custom cabinetry and brass fixtures. Remote-controlled black out shades complete the primary suite.
A separate bedroom wing at the opposite end of the loft houses two additional bedrooms, each generously scaled and with ample closet space. Adjacent to the bedrooms is a corner library or den, with coffered ceilings and built-in shelving, which could also be used as a fourth bedroom. A large freight elevator ideal for moving furnishings and art connects the loft to the gated alley alongside the building. Two additional full bathrooms complete the home's perfect layout.
Built in 1903, 682 Broadway is an intimate 15-unit boutique cooperative. The building has a super, is pet friendly, and allows subletting. A storage unit conveys with the apartment. Ideally located in the coveted Noho area of Greenwich Village, at the crossroads of the Village and Soho, 682 Broadway is moments from everything Downtown Manhattan has to offer, including Washington Square Park, Whole Foods, many of the city's greatest restaurants, cafes, and shopping, and major transportation.