Located in the heart of the charming Seaport District, is a wonderful four bedroom, two bathroom home. Apartment 3L is a combination of two separate apartments, merged together into a unique and fantastic layout. The home is airy and open with views of beautiful flowering Magnolia and Dogwood trees, thanks to its third floor location.
A large great room offers the perfect place to entertain with space for both a living and dining area. The remodeled kitchen offers plenty of cabinetry and storage, an abundance of counterspace, a water filtration system and an island peninsula with space for four barstools. Each bedroom has a large window and plenty of closet space with beautiful morning light. The layout is perfect for those working from home as a home office is separate from the living areas and features beautiful French doors. The office can also easily serve as a fourth bedroom thanks to an adjacent closet. There is a large den which can serve as a playroom, media room, or sitting area. Each bathroom has been stylishly remodeled, and offers plenty of storage, with soaking tubs in each bathroom. The water filtration system extends to the bathrooms as well. Residents of this home are offered parking at a tremendously discounted rate of approximately $350/month (contact lot for specific pricing). This home is offered unfurnished or furnished for an additional fee.
Southbridge Towers is a beautifully maintained, landscaped community of 9 separate buildings in the Seaport District of lower Manhattan. Amenities including attended lobbies, 24-hour security, as well as on-site laundry, a basketball court, a rec center, and a private playground with swings, sprinkler, and mini-soccer field. A second playground adds to the appeal. A community room is available for infants and older children. Programming for residents is also available with instructed yoga, and dance classes. Other features include on-site management, and a 24/7 energy generator system. Nearby attractions include the revitalized South Street Seaport dining experiences, such as The Fulton, by Jean George, the events at Pier 17, miles of beautiful waterfront, an iPic theater and several top retail shops.
The coop complex was built between 1961 and 1971 with 5 six-story and 4 27-story high-rise buildings. The buildings are located within close proximity of all major trains including the A, C, E, J, Z, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 trains, as well as the PATH trains, connecting to all of the major city hubs. Grocery shopping, is right outside the front door, and Duane Reade, right across the street.