Situated along Leroy Street is the building's signature 200 foot gated and landscaped mews that is opened to the condominium. Initially built at the turn of the century, the restructuring of the Italian renaissance with arched entry, oversized cornices, large casement windows, glazed green tile vaulted ceiling, and a sleek canopied steel entry provides the merging of the old and new world.
THE KITCHEN: Boasting a 25-foot center island, the chef's kitchen includes a Top-of-the-line Wolf wall-oven, microwave and gas stovetop, Bosch dishwasher, Sub-Zero refrigerator, and superb custom cabinetry from floor to ceiling. Ample storage and fine craftsmanship, a vented hood, Caesar stone counters, white glazed tile backsplash, deep sink all with a cool modern appeal complete the chef's kitchen. There is a separate laundry room with a Bosch washer/dryer, wine cooler, and more pantry storage.
THE LIVINGROOM: The pièce de resistance is the massive living room with a fireplace, flat-screen tv, electric shades, and vast ceiling height which allow for large entertaining, hanging of large gallery art with a great distribution of southern light.
On the main level is a generous primary bedroom also with 15'2” ceilings. Other fine features are double extra-large walk-in closets, a luxuriously five-fixture spa-like bath offering a deep soaking tub, a dual vanity/sink, separate stall shower, and marble throughout. Additionally, on the main level is a powder room for the guests.
On the Upper Mezzanine, you will find two well-appointed bedrooms, a marbled bathroom with plenty of closet space. One of the bedrooms is currently used as office space and overlooks the primary bedroom.
This newly reimagined luxury building boasts 60 elegant condominiums with renovated hallways and a lobby. Features include full-time doorman, concierge services, landscaped mews, valet service, and the opportunity to join Equinox's Printing House Flagship Club (by special membership) with rooftop pool, sundeck, kid's club, spa, yoga, Pilates, and cycling studios.
The Printing House is direct across from the James J Walker Park, the largest green space in the Village, with handball & bocce courts as well as a baseball field. Restaurants galore, enjoy crossing the street to eat at The Clam, The Leroy House, or Tao Downtown. Shop or eat in the nostalgic west village where the charm of Manhattan's cobblestone streets still exists. Near the Children's Museum of the Arts, popular and trendy restaurants and hotels offering both a great daytime and nighttime lifestyle.
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Building Features 8 Floors141 Units
$4,200,000 / $1,731 per ft²
Listed on Jul 12, 2021
147 Days on Market
3 Beds / 2.5 Baths / 2,425 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $42,630
Maintenance: $2,538 / R.E. Taxes $40,092
Exclusively listed with: Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New York Properties Source: RLS
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