Located on a quintessential cobbled Soho street in The New Museum Building, a fine pre-war loft landmark, this extraordinarily voluminous home offers roughly 4,263sf space in a discreet full service building.
The elevator opens directly into the apartment foyer. Immediately you are presented with the impressively scaled living space that spans the full width of the building (almost 50 feet) with superb Eastern light that streams through 6 enormous arched windows. A wood-burning fireplace invites relaxation and intimate conversation and separates the living area from the vast dining room, perfect for formal and casual dining. A massive open kitchen adjoins with custom crafted wood cabinetry with stone countertops and A-grade appliances, perfect for catering to a meal for two or a gathering of 100. Separated to the West is the bedroom wing comprising 4 bedrooms, three full bathrooms, one half bathroom, a large laundry room, a lounging area and a utility storeroom. These rooms benefit by multiple additional windows that fill the rooms with light all day long. This home boasts extraordinary storage throughout as well as an additional storage area in the building.
Constructed in 1895, 158 Mercer Street is a highly desirable 12-story, 22-unit condominium that was converted in 1996 and features amenities such as a 24 hour doorman/concierge, an additional and separate entrance on Broadway, two elevator banks, a storage room, bike storage, and a beautifully landscaped common roof terrace. This home represents Soho living on a grand scale at its very best.
The entrance for this unit is at 583 Broadway. Please note this is currently combined as a duplex unit and will require separation from the unit below.
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