Sotheby's International Realty - New York, NY
You enter into a large open space flanked by a custom Valcucine kitchen that boasts a seamless Carrara marble countertop and island. Aesthetic lightweight composite panels on aluminum structure frames adorn the cabinetry to give a retro vibe that is both cool and chic. Appliances include Sub-Zero TC 700 refrigerator, Miele 5-burner range, Miele dishwasher and a built-in Miele wall oven. Every convenience has been incorporated into this kitchen making it not only beautiful to look at but functional too. The kitchen is adjoined by a large, high-ceilinged dining space that can hold seating for 10.
The Crema limestone flooring throughout the main level was sourced in Italy and creates a light and airy foundation upon which the home rests.
The main living space combines both high ceilings that amplify the light and sweeping unobstructed views to midtown together with more intimate entertaining space with audio and projector TV for when one craves a more quiet time at home.
A striking floating staircase leads upstairs where one finds the master bedroom with a long wall of closets and custom, built-in storage, ceiling-mounted cable lighting, and a crisp clean bath with Boffi fixtures, Duravit toilet, deep Zuma soaking tub, and custom-designed lighting and medicine cabinet. A second bedroom looks east over the living space and maintains privacy through louvered walls. A third space can function either as a home office, den, or guest area.
Additional features include a 6-zone apartment-wide audio system, stackable Asko washer/dryer, Artemide lighting, central air-conditioning, and an incredible amount of closets and storage space.
The Printing House is considered one the finest full service loft condominiums in New York’s West Village. Residents enjoy a full time doorman, luxury concierge services provided by Abigail Michaels, convenient access to the flagship Printing House Equinox located both at the ground level and atop the building that boasts exercise facilities, pool and terrace. Private basement storage and bike storage is subject to availability and additional fee. The lobby and hallways have been tastefully renovated. The building has recently completed large-scale capital improvements, including new state-of-the-art heating plant, water tank and cooling tower system, replaced HVAC plumbing and building-wide electrical upgrades. Ornate copper cornices have been restored and the façade underwent extensive repair for Local Law 11 compliance. Without compromising any of the beauty and strength of the industrial age in which it was built, the Printing House brings warmth and an ease of living to the West Village. The common charges and taxes for this residence are very low compared to comparable neighboring property. Now that most major projects that a building can undertake are completed and paid for there has never been a better time to buy in the Printing House. It functions perfectly either as a primary residence or pied-a-terre, and is a proven sound investment property as well. A gem awaits for the discerning buyer who wants the convenience and lifestyle that only New York’s West Village provides.
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