The Loft || 451 Broome St. 6W Issue
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Open Space & a Beautiful View
Luxury in the Details
Location: 451 Broome St. #6W Price: $3,950,000 8
Room to Grow
Open Space & a Beautiful View This open canvas is flooded with natural light and has plenty of room for your custom design.
ine large windows adorn this space allowing amazing natural light in with north & west exposures.
Two windows with southern exposure in the kitchen provides a spectacular view of the Freedom Tower.
This loft offers views of the beautiful Cast Iron buildings that are iconic of the Soho neighborhood.
State of the Art Kitchen
Not only is this kitchen stunning to the eye, but it has all the stainless steel appliances to make cooking fun and enjoyable for even the most novice chef.
his rustic kitchen was custom designed with butcher block wood counters. With a beautiful view of the Freedom Tower to the South, you, your family, and guests will get lost in the grandure of New York City as you enjoy your time and your home together.
he kitchen opens into the dining and living space leaving plenty of room to entertain or just spend time with the family.
Luxury in the Details
Both bathrooms demonstrate an obvious attention to detail, including radiant heated floors and Italian mosaic tile that give it a modern Tuscan chic style.
Room to Grow
The loft is currently configured as a 4 bedroom but offers a blank canvas to customize your new home. Large original casement windows in every room offer a tremendous amount of natural light.
hether you want a kids room or a large walk in closet, the possibilities are endless.
Where Vintage Meets Modern
There are few apartments left in Manhattan that can boast over having such beautifully restored orginial elements from the late 1800s. This wood door is adorned with an original brass letter slot, and the rooms have the restored Blake & Williams radiators.
This beautiful hallway leads to the 4 bedrooms with elegant sconces to light the way. Each door also has a classic restored glass transom window, creating a natural cross breeze throughout the apartment.
The Building Formerly â€œThe Silk Exchange Buildingâ€? circa 1895, developed and built by John Townsend Williams in collaboration with William Birkmire.
he 12 stories and 200 foot wide expanse was made possible by the development of steel framing and skyscraper construction techniques of the late 19th century. The top 3 stories are beautifully decorated with terra cotta baroque ornamentation. The building is made of stone, brick, iron, terra cotta along with steel construction. Purchased by â€œWestern Millionaireâ€? James B. Haggin in 1899 for $850,000 and known as the Haggin Building. 451 Broome Street was converted to 25 residential loft units in 1977. Currently 23
residential lofts, 12 stories plus penthouse level and 2 commercial ground floor spaces. The floors are approximately 5600 square feet and most floors have two units. Special features include high ceilings, large windows and three exposures. There are 3 elevators. This intimate cooperative building is well-managed and derives income from its commercial leases. The lobby is currently under renovation and being painstakingly restored to its original grandeur. 451 Broome is A Quintessential Landmark in SoHo and a historic architectural treasure.
For a private showing please call: Robert Earl Virginia Incalcaterra 917.239.4425 917.743.0731
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