344 Bowery #2FLR
NEW YORK, New York.
The Residence: A meticulously appointed full floor, two-bedroom, two-bathroom loft condominium in the heart of The NoHo Historic District between Bond Street and Great Jones. A key locked elevator opens directly into a sun-filled living area boasting nearly 35 feet in length and 22 feet in width. Solid Brazilian Walnut floors, arched windows, exposed brick and soaring ceilings create the perfect mix of warmth and drama. Pass the expansive windowed dining area and enter an open chef's kitchen finished to the highest standards, including Sub Zero, Viking and Bosch appliances. Both bedrooms have gracious dimensions and offer the utmost in privacy. The master bedroom has been outfitted with a custom walk in closet just shy of 8' x 10' which leads into the spa-like master bath. Fixtures include a Kohler Tea-for-Two soaking tub, separate shower and double vanity. Additional amenities include a large utility closet with side by side washer/dryer, a wine cooler, garbage disposal, security system, central heat and air and a private sub-level storage room measuring approximately 224 square feet. The Building: 344 Bowery, perfectly situated between Great Jones and Bond Street, was originally erected as a manufacturing building in the late 1800's. Rumor has it, the building later served as a warehouse for Andy Warhol's artwork. Then, in 2007 it was painstakingly renovated and converted to 5 condominiums. This unbeatable location is at the crossroads of SoHo, Nolita, The East Village and Greenwich Village. Showings must be requested a minimum of 24 hours in advance. No exceptions.