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FOR SALE
$3,495,000

55 Hudson Street UNIT 7-EF
New York, NY 10013

Condo/Townhouse
Residence
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,300
Sqft
1of
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Courtesy: Compass
Meticulously planned and beautifully executed, this renovated three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence is the epitome of Tribeca loft living with exceptional storage and living space.Spanning approximately 2,200 square-feet, this sprawling home is a sanctuary filled with lovely light and views that stretch past the iconic Western Union building down quaint Thomas Street. Hardwood floors, soaring columns and arched windows nod to the building's architectural pedigree while thoughtful designer details include French doors that mirror the graceful arches of the 10-foot barrel-vaulted ceilings. Exposed and painted brick and reclaimed wood add warmth and interest throughout. Arrive through a long gallery entry lined with closets, a full bath and a large laundry room with LG washer and dryer. Ahead, the expansive, flexible great room provides a glorious backdrop for living and dining areas with a two-sided ethylene fireplace acting as a handsome divider and focal point. In the open kitchen, a massive breakfast bar seats six, providing a front-row seat to culinary skills aided by top-of-the-line appliances, including a 200-bottle wine refrigerator and a six-burner Viking gas range with double ovens and griddle.The decadent master suite is warmed by another ethylene fireplace, while a department-store-inspired walk-in closet attends to wardrobe and a spa-like en suite bathroom soothes away stress. Two more bedrooms and a den sit at the opposite side of the great room. Abundant storage is found throughout the loft, which also conveys with an additional storage unit.Designed by Edward Hale Kendall in 1890, 55 Hudson Street is one of several Tribeca buildings originally constructed to house American Express stables and offices. Today, the red-brick Romanesque Revival building is a gracious cooperative where residents enjoy live-in superintendent, bike room and a beautiful, landscaped roof deck with breathtaking views of the downtown skyline. Subletting, pied-à-terres, co-purchasing, guarantors, gifting, parents purchasing for children, and purchasing in a trust are allowed subject to board approval.Located at the corner of Hudson and Jay, this home is at the heart of what makes Tribeca living so attractive. Premier dining, nightlife and shopping line the nearby streets, including Brookfield Place and Westfield World Trade. Stunning outdoor space is abundant with Washington Market Park, Rockefeller Park, Hudson River Park and The Battery all within reach, and transportation from this central district couldn't be easier thanks to A/C/E, 1/2/3, R/W and PATH trains just minutes away.
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Condo/Townhouse, Other
3
New York County
2
1890
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