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830 Broadway living room

October 2015



A REAL HOME Enjoy space, comfort, and maximum privacy in this sprawling 2,800 square foot full-floor loft located in a converted 19th-Century warehouse right at the crossroads of Greenwich Village and Union Square. A key-locked elevator opens to a wide entrance gallery lined with floor-to-ceiling closets and leading to a dramatic and expansive Living/Dining room with 11-foot barrel vaulted ceilings, beautiful maple floors, and brilliant afternoon light from a wall of oversized windows affording open views of the surrounding landmarked buildings and romantic water towers in the distance. Custom bookshelves and window seats add warmth and character to the room, while endless wall space provides the perfect backdrop for your art collection. Beyond the entertaining space, a comfortable lounge area opens to the enormous state-of-the-art chef's kitchen, an incredible room clearly designed by one who loves to cook and featuring a large Carrera marble center-island, deep Ceaserstone countertops, abundant custom rosewood cabinetry with pull-out pantries, and top-of-the-line stainless-steel appliances including an oversized Kitchen Aid refrigerator, dual Jennair ovens and microwave, and a 5-burner Viking cooktop with Bosch hood vented to the outside. Beyond the kitchen, a hallway separates public from private and leads to two bedrooms, a Study/Guest room, and 2 tastefully renovated bathrooms. The Master Bedroom suite is a pin-drop quiet sanctuary that features an enormous walk-in closet and a gorgeous en-suite bathroom clad in floor-to-ceiling Bisazza tiles and featuring a custom double vanity, walk-in shower with built-in bench, and a deep Kohler soaking tub for two. The guest bathroom is equally beautiful and features classic penny tiling and a deep whirlpool tub. Additional amenities include multi-zoned central air-conditioning, a large separate laundry room, custom lighting on dimmers, and abundant storage space throughout. Built in 1896 for the manufacture of neckties and trusses, the building was converted to coop in 1982 and features solid financials, a key-locked elevator, video intercom security, and a full-time superintendent. Last but not least, is the prime location putting you right at the crossroads of Greenwich Village and Union Square with the neighborhood's best restaurants, schools, Whole Foods, and the vibrant Farmers Market right at your doorstep. Move right in!

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