The one you've been waiting for. New to market is a true corner condominium loft - situated in one of the rare corner buildings on Bond St: a two-block cobblestoned New York treasure in the heart of Noho.
With incredibly low monthlies, all-day light, soaring ceilings and imposing scale - in addition to outdoor space and character for days, what more could a lucky new owner ask for?
Enter into this fully renovated home - where the view is framed by 12 foot high ceilings, enormous double-hung windows set against the backdrop an original exposed brick wall at the north side of the unit - filling the space with incredible light both from the north and sliding glass door facing west. Prewar details blend seamlessly with modern amenities, including a fully renovated, open chef's kitchen with appliances by Bosch and Fisher Paykel. The Italian-inspired cabinetry in the kitchen is custom lacquer and houses tons of storage. The kitchen is set apart from the rest of the main loft area by the design detail of a curved ceiling punctuated with recessed and cove lighting.
The living room is vast, and at one end, boasts a wall of closets, built-ins and a rolling ladder with bookshelves to the ceiling just above it. Directly across at the other end of the living room is a custom poured concrete fire place mantle, wood burning fire place and poured concrete floating shelf. Adjacent to the fireplace are sliding glass doors that open onto a Juliette balcony which is large enough to step out on and take in the views of Lafayette, Bond Street, and the heartbeat of downtown.
Additionally, the owner created an area adjacent to the kitchen that can easily be a home office, breakfast nook, or dining area.
The bedroom faces west and has a large customized closet, and two floor-to-ceiling 18th-century Provencal wood doors that open to shelving units behind and flank a nook built for a king-sized bed. The bathroom has a deep soaking tub, Ann Sacks Carrera marble subway tile, a marble pedestal sink, Waterworks fixtures and a glass stall shower with an oversized shower head. The ceiling of the bathroom is dome-shaped with soft cove lighting. An in-home stacked washer/dryer rounds out the ease of this home.
19 Bond is a boutique prewar condominium in the heart of downtown, marked by low monthlies and a lofty feel.
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