Sun floods this dramatic pre-war condominium loft with soaring wooden-beamed ceilings through 3 exposures - North, South, and East. A keyed elevator opens directly into this residence. Beautifully renovated by a well-known interior designer this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath loft can easily accommodate a third bedroom. Entertain grandly in the massive corner living room with wood-burning fireplace and wet bar. One of the special features of this home is a custom-installed picture window that faces east and provides light and views of the surrounding historic NoHo architecture. The stainless steel kitchen is outfitted with Boffi cabinetry, Sub-Zero refrigerator and other high-end appliances. The quiet corner master bedroom is tucked away in back, faces south and east, and is quiet and flooded with light. A beautifully modern windowed master bath featuring Bisazza mosaic tile and high-end fixtures is en-suite. The second bedroom has good storage space and an en-suite bath fully equipped with steam shower. A full-sized washer/dryer and utility room completes the offering. This loft blends modern design while remaining true to its loft heritage.
27 Great Jones is comprised of 2 loft buildings comprised of 10 units and constructed in 1900. It was renovated for residential use in 1999. It is located in the middle of the NoHo Historic District Extension. This district represents the period of New York City's commercial history from the early 1850s to the 1910s, when this neighborhood prospered as one of New Yorks major retail and wholesale dry goods centers. Gentrified over the past several years the neighborhood's vibrancy is witnessed by the shops, galleries, and restaurants that have made this enclave one of downtown's most fashionable.
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