New York’s SoHo neighborhood is one of the best known Manhattan communities. A number of Hollywood celebrities have resided in SoHo, including Justin Timberlake, Daniel Craig, Alicia Keys and Samuel L. Jackson. In addition to these famous faces, we also find this luxury loft in the artsy neighborhood.
A Chic Luxury Loft
Set on a charming cobblestone street, this dream home occupies the fifth floor of a beautiful Mercer Street building. This exclusive address only has eight units in the entire building. Accessed by a keyed elevator, the 4,764 square foot luxury loft offers three bedrooms and four plus baths. Sunlight bursts throughout the space with the help of oversized windows and east and west exposure. Furthermore, wide plank hardwood floors, custom cabinetry, reclaimed wood and a stunning wood burning fireplace exude luxury.
The modern kitchen will delight home cooks! Custom walnut cabinetry and Crema Royale countertops create a sleek space. The appliances are all top-of-the-line, including a Wolf range, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher.
Unlike many New York homes, this luxury loft has many closets. In fact, it even has a dedicated storage area within the primary living space. The private laundry room is equipped with Miele appliances. And as a bonus, aside from the main level library, this home even has a den and loft on an upper level.
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Magnificent Master Living
The master retreat in the luxury loft has everything a SoHo homeowner could want. The bedroom itself has soaring ceilings and built-in shelves. French doors with transom windows provide direct access to the home’s private 200 square foot loggia. Moreover, large windows above the transom windows let an abundance of natural light into the space.
Access the master bath through a small hallway lined with his & hers closets. The highlight of the bathroom is the luxurious Zuma soaking tub. And the separate walk-in shower, dual vanities and heated limestone floor create a spa environment right at home.
The Artsy Cast Iron District
While this luxury loft is fantastic on its own merits, the neighborhood is not to be overlooked! The Cast Iron District takes its name from the prevalent architecture in the area. In the early 19th century, the neighborhood experienced a boom. The buildings constructed during at that time used cast iron to create light and lacy facades. This technique made the architecture in the Cast Iron District distinctive and elegant, a feature that continues even today.
Aside from the unique buildings, this neighborhood is awash with high-end boutiques, artists’ lofts and sumptuous restaurants. In short, when realtors say “location, location, location,” the Cast Iron District is precisely what they are talking about!
Address: 115 Mercer Street 5th Floor New York, New York 10012
Sotheby’s International Realty – Downtown Manhattan Brokerage lists this luxury loft with an asking price of $9,995,000.