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Joe Monteleone

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Office:(212) 381-2490
Mobile:(917) 251-3844


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477 Broome Street 44

Soho,  NYC


Last Ask:  $1,995,000

Gorgeous Classic Soho Loft

Rare opportunity to own and occupy the most elusive and coveted breed of downtown New York City homes: a flawlessly renovated moderate-sized historic loft with grand-scale proportions, preserved original loft-era details alongside tasteful high-end modern finishes, and a sprawling comfortable layout. Situated in a gorgeous restored Cast-Iron elevator loft building in Central SoHo proper, this supremely quiet and well-lit loft is stunning, move-in ready, and simply must be seen.

With an uncommonly long stretch of oversized south-facing windows, this extra wide loft has an exceptionally open and functional layout not typically found in lofts of this era, and so feels (and is) more comfortably and livable than many larger lofts in the area. Upon entry, you will immediately be drawn to the home's classic architectural features: soaring 12'6" high ceilings, a long beautifully exposed brick wall, towering original Corinthian columns with detailing intact, original pressed-tin patterned ceilings, a large south-facing wall of windows, and plenty of wide-open space. The great room is massive, easily accommodates large-scale art and furniture, and the spectacular columns perfectly frame a convenient dining area just off the kitchen. The stunning kitchen is simple yet luxuriously elegant, perfect for entertaining in style, and features plenty of deep storage and counter space along with all the high-quality appliances and fixtures one would expect in such a home (Quartz countertops and backsplash, custom Miralis flat-panel cabinetry, Miele in-wall oven + convection/speed oven, stainless steel under-mount sink, ABC Home lighting, Subzero 30" (with icemaker, double-freezer, smart-touch and water filtration), U-line digital 30-bottle wine chiller, Miele Futura Plus D/W, quartz overhang counter for casual dining, and more). The polished and spacious bathroom features Carrara pattern-marble flooring, double-sized floating vanity, inset Verdera medicine cabinet, thick custom glass panel shower door, recessed tiled shelf storage, wall-mount + handheld shower fixtures, and high-caliber appointments (Starck, Duravit, Kafka, Restoration Hardware, Sutton, Kohler). The master bedroom has wide open light-well and skyline views, is spacious and private with full ceiling height and white exposed brick, and offers a custom built-in TCS closet system with an incredible amount of convenient storage. A smaller 2nd bedroom sits beside the master, each with solid custom pocket doors to cleverly allow for open-flow of space. Additional features in this perfectly-finished home include new 5" wide White Oak flooring, all new windows, new central heat and A/C (Mitsubishi 3-ton HVAC system with ducted air handler), full-sized in-home washer and dryer, custom down-lit recessed lighting, painstakingly (re)exposed and refinished brick wall with reclaimed kiln-dried barn siding highlight, 6" inch baseboards throughout, abundant custom lacquered storage and drawers, custom overhead storage, updated electrical and plumbing, very reasonable monthlies, and most to relax and breathe.

Quietly settled between Wooster and Greene Streets, 477 Broome Street is 100 year-old former silk warehouse that has been impeccably well-preserved and tastefully modernized, is financially sound, extremely well-run with intelligently reasonable building policies, and is a gorgeous example of the wide, solid, cavernous Cast-Iron Loft architecture Soho is famous for. It is rare to find a loft of this era so tastefully renovated with attention to flow and detail, respect for and retention of the home's history, and with such a naturally comfortable and user-friendly footprint (not to mention, in this price point). Please call or email to schedule a visit...

Property Floorplan

Similar Sales in 477 Broome Street

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05/14/2019 5 rm / 2 bd / 2.5 bth $2,250,000

Recent Sales in Area*

09/24/2019 37B CROSBY STREET $1,925,000

09/12/2019 118 MERCER STREET $2,000,000

05/23/2019 13 VESTRY STREET $2,100,000

05/01/2019 66 CROSBY STREET $2,050,000

04/08/2019 165 DUANE STREET $2,050,000

03/27/2019 2 CHARLTON STREET $2,000,000

02/13/2019 10 LEONARD STREET $2,175,000

02/07/2019 70 CHARLTON STREET $1,989,588

01/31/2019 542 BROADWAY $2,250,000

01/28/2019 165 DUANE STREET $1,875,000

* Recent sales in area is compiled by properties having the same bedroom count or same bathroom count, property type, location, and a similar price range. Sales history may include properties with varied amenities and conditions (views, layout, market timing and other significant variables). Contact agent for more details regarding this information.

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Property Details

Web #:19480006
Last Ask: $1,995,000
Maintenance: $1,853.05
Financing: 80%
Tax Deduction: 60%
Property Type: Cooperative
Type: Simplex

Residence Information

Rooms: 4.0
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.0
Pied-à-terre: Allowed
Period: Pre-War
Built: 1920
Building Type: Loft
Sublet Approval: Required


City Views Eat-in Kitchen Washer/Dryer

Building Information

Laundry Pets Allowed