Nestled on a cobblestoned stretch of Mercer Street in SoHo's coveted Cast-iron Historic District, this bright, spacious and intimate floor-through condo residence has been gut-renovated to create the superlative Downtown loft (with a laundry room and central air conditioning and heating).
The key-locked elevator opens directly into the foyer and leads to an enormous great room which spans nearly 25 feet over Mercer Street and boasts soaring 11-foot ceilings, wide-plank maple hardwood flooring, and premium finishes. Light pours into this airy space through three massive seven-foot windows (outfitted with solar shades) that reveal eastern sky. A functional wood-burning fireplace, an exposed brick wall and original wood beam pay homage to the neighborhood's storied past and complement the modern, fresh appeal of this loft.
The gourmet open chef's kitchen, by high-end Italian kitchen designer Pedini, centers around an 8-foot island (that can serve as a breakfast bar) and is outfitted with a suite of Miele appliances (with a vented hood), Italian wood grain cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, a trio of custom pendant light fixtures and an InSinkErator Pro Disposal.
Off the hallway are two bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms, a powder room, and a laundry room equipped with a full-sized Electrolux washer and a separate vented dryer. The primary bedroom offers a peaceful, pin-drop-quiet retreat, with CitiQuiet windows (outfitted with black-out shades). The five-fixture primary bath features a large soaking tub, separate shower with Grohe fixtures, double sink vanity and medicine cabinets with integrated lighting. Custom closets and cabinetry throughout, designed by Italy's Pianca, showcase exquisite millwork and offer excellent storage space. Other highlights include Lutron lighting, central HVAC controlled through a programmable Carrier Infinity Touch system and video intercom.
77 Mercer, constructed in 1876 by Jesse W. Powers, is a boutique six-story residential loft condominium building situated between Spring and Broome Streets. The carefully preserved facade is divided into a north and south side and is equipped with a video intercom and key-locked elevator. This cobblestoned section of Mercer Street is in SoHo's prime Cast Iron Historic District, adjacent to some of the most famous boutiques and restaurants in Downtown Manhattan.
There is a monthly assessment of $514.17.