Historic elements and elegance merge seamlessly with the impeccable renovation and refinements of this turnkey 2,500 square foot loft in prized Greenwich Village! The expansive floor-through gem enjoys an airy feel with high 10' ceilings and is brightened by a flood of natural light invited in by ge...
Historic elements and elegance merge seamlessly with the impeccable renovation and refinements of this turnkey 2,500 square foot loft in prized Greenwich Village! The expansive floor-through gem enjoys an airy feel with high 10' ceilings and is brightened by a flood of natural light invited in by generous windows facing east and west. Warm, understated luxury meets modern style in a gracious setting enriched by gorgeous exposed brick walls, 7'-wide smoked white oak floors, 8' solid wood doors, tasteful moldings and wainscoting, plus chic lighting, and Philip Jeffries wall coverings adding a unique touch.
Configured as a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home with an oversized foyer, den and library, 4E affords a versatile layout and a comfortable ambience for relaxing, entertaining, and working remotely. The enormous great room with open living and dining areas is met by a top-of the-line kitchen with a counter bar for extra seating, and premium appliances by Thermador and Sub-Zero for the chef. The large primary retreat features a huge walk-in closet and spa bath clad in polished marble, with polished nickel Rohl fixtures and an oversized glass shower for refreshing. The second full bath in the hall is also well-appointed with Ann Sacks tile and Kohler polished nickel fixtures. Other enticing elements include a washer-dryer, excellent closet space, 3-zone central air, and wiring of Cat 6 cable and speakers connecting to a central A/V closet.
Built circa 1844, 200 Mercer Street is a boutique cooperative that is entered via a private gated courtyard and well-maintained by a full-time super. The handsome elevator building with a video intercom system rests in one of NYC's most coveted locations, in prime Greenwich Village between Bleecker and West Houston Streets, at the cusp of Soho, Noho and Tribeca. Minutes away are great restaurants, cafes, shopping, Whole Foods, The Public Theater, Equinox and fitness studios, beautiful Washington Square Park, and multiple subway lines like the 1, 6, B, D, F, M, R, W. Pets are allowed.