This is a four-bedroom, three and a half bath duplex loft with a separate home office. This home's centerpiece is a two-level private terrace with views of the Empire State Building and the Manhattan skyline and your own private lawn. Custom NanaWall glass doors bring the outdoors in by opening completely to the lower terrace seating area and wrap-around deck.
Entry to this loft is through a key-locked elevator; there are 10' foot ceilings and oversized windows throughout.
The chef's kitchen features an extra-long Carrera marble island and a custom dining banquet designed to seat 8-10 people. Host your family and friends in comfort.
The loft radiates natural light all day long with north, south, and west-facing oversized windows. Finishes include Scandinavian white hardwood floors, beautiful stone, millwork, premium fixtures, finishes, & appliances. The living room hosts a gas fireplace. There is an architectural staircase with a skylight that brings you to the upper level.
The flexible floorplan allows for alternate configurations. Currently, the lower level is configured for use as a primary bedroom, secondary bedroom, and home office. There is a third bedroom on the upper level. The fourth bedroom, also on the upper level, can be used as the ultimate family/playroom or an alternate primary bedroom location.
From the upper level, you can access an incredible wraparound Brazilian Ipe wood deck that showcases the iconic Manhattan skyline. Walk past a kids basketball hoop to the LED lit stairs, which bring you up to the prized 70+-long roof terrace with your own lawn, putting green, lounge chairs, and panoramic city views.
The historic 1861 Landmarked building is on the national register of historic places and was converted to a 5 unit condominium in 2007.
A driving range is also at your disposal in the massive basement and a separate (200sf) hobby/wine/storage room.
Built by James Bogardus, donned the inventor of cast-iron buildings, in 1861, 85 Leonard is a shining example of the Italianate style & cast-iron architecture. The building, which once housed the Kitchen, Montross & Wilcox dry goods store, was designated an NYC landmark in 1974 & added to the National Register of Historic Places. The outstanding location is within minutes to Tribeca and Soho's top retail establishments, restaurants, a parking garage across the street & major transportation.
Building Features 7 Floors5 Units
$9,500,000 / $2,794 per ft²
Listed on Apr 16, 2021
66 Days on Market
4 Beds / 3.5 Baths / 3,400 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $5,078
Maintenance: $2,500 / R.E. Taxes $2,578
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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