Residence 4B offers a sublime balance of chic and historic inside the Grabler Building, a pre-war condominium loft building set on a charming, cobblestoned street in Tribeca. This 4,365 square foot four bedroom, three and a half bath home provides lush spaciousness rarely found in Manhattan, and boasts polished touches of modernity in one of its most desirable neighborhoods.
A key-locked elevator opens directly into the entry gallery, which leads to a wall of six foot south-facing windows, drenching the common spaces with sunlight. The living room is grounded by a backlit concrete mantel with a built-in fireplace. An open-plan designates the southwest corner to an office alcove, complete with snug window seating. Adjacent to the living room, french doors flow into a library/fourth bedroom with glass corner accents, allowing the abundance of southern light to spill into other spaces.
A cascade-coil curtain offers optional separation for the dining room; an area with generous seating opportunities as well as an stone-carved bar area. Behind unique Corian and oak sliding doors lies a customized home-theatre with stadium seating featuring oversized couches and a built-in Marantz projection and stereo system.
The Boffi kitchen is comprised of a wall of white lacquer cabinetry with a 60 SubZero refrigerator and freezer drawers. A stainless steel island integrates Miele stovetop, double-faucet sink, and a built-in compost bin; above hangs a hood that ventilates directly outdoors. A breakfast bar is finished with a single slab of Carrera marble as backsplash.
Around the corner, a privately situated powder room features Duravit mounted toilet, Lacava vanity, and tiled floors. The grand hallway thoughtfully maximizes storage spaces throughout, including two large coat closets, supplementary pantry spaces along the dining area, and a linen closet conveniently located across from the suburban-sized laundry room with sink and an additional private home office.
French doors section off the stylish primary suite, with lofty six foot, north-facing windows that clear the adjacent building, allotting ample light. The 94 x 99 walk-in closet was customized by a local millworker, as are the three auxiliary linear closet spaces. The connected bathroom offers a spa-inspired experience with dual-head waterfall shower and separate six foot Boffi soaking tub, contrasting Porcelanosa tile, and a double-sink vanity with a hidden TV in the mirror.
Through another set of French doors spans a separate wing of living quarters, thats offers a sprawling bedroom, separable by opaque sliding doors into two bedrooms. Two attached full bathrooms feature glass tiling, an additional soaking tub, and double-sink vanity. Designed for optimized space, this wing offers the same mindfulness regarding custom shelving and closet storage found throughout the rest of the home.
Finishing touches include a Crestron technology--a central tablet to efficiently control lighting and AV systems--over nine foot ceilings, custom solid oak wood flooring, and fiberglass columns throughout.
The Grabler Condominium building provides a 24-hour doorman, a full-time resident manager, and close proximity to Hudson River Park and restaurants and shops in Tribeca, Soho and West Village.
There is a transfer fee of 5 months common charges paid by the buyer.