Monday, October 8, 2012

SEE THIS HOUSE: A MULTI MILLION DOLLAR NEW YORK CITY LOFT EXPOSED!

great room and dining room with exposed brick walls, high ceilings and a white sofa faces a wall of large, decorative mirrors mirrors. White eames chairs are around a large wooden table.

I found it. Yoohoo! Yay! Wow! I found my dream apartment in New York City.

It is somewhere on the border between Soho and Tribeca...so I would be close to my best of friend AM who lives in Soho. It is bright, cheerful, modern with just a touch of old world architectural charm.

The penthouse apartment is located at 50 Lispenard Street inside a building built back in 1866 that has been perfectly converted.

This 1900 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath NYC loft like apartment is listed for sale by Eklund Stockholm New York for $4.55 million dollars - I think this may be considered affordable by New York standards.  Note to self: come up with $4.55 million dollars immediately before this place is snatched up.

A private elevator lets you out into this upper floor apartment. It has 18 foot ceilings, a skylight in the living room, floating staircase, a glass bridge on the upper floors, 8 inch plank heated wood floors and so much more! Did I mention the gorgeous outdoor decks and terraces some with amazing city views?

Enough said...I'll let the pictures expose all in this lovely city space.

close up of the great room with exposed brick walls and high ceilings. There is a white sectional sofa, barcelona bench, grey drapes and a shag rug
Modern art and furniture contrast nicely against the exposed brick in the home's open great room area. (above)

modern, sleek and white open kitchen with exposed brick walls and concealed appliances
I love this sleek modern cooking area! A Valcucine kitchen with a Subzero refrigerator, Viking cooktop and Kuppersbusch oven, built in Miele Nespresso machine, glass counters and cabinetry. (above)

living room with staircase, white sectional sofa and shag rug
The floating staircase, 8 inch plank light wood floors, and the glass skylight above make the living room bright and airy. (above)

deck with white panton chairs, exposed brick walls and wood floor
How many people have a decked terrace with a jacuzzi in their NYC apartment?  The large over sized woven furniture and the Panton chairs are nice additions to the outdoor living space. (above)

modern master bedroom with glass wall, sliding door, wood floor and orange and purple accents
The master bedroom offers floor to ceiling windows/glass wall that leads out onto a little private balcony with a big view. (above and below)

master bedroom's private balcony with view of New York City with glass railings and two wicker chairs

master bathroom with stand alone tub, custom vanity and black walls with an amazing view of the city
The master bathroom features a custom vanity with extra long sink, imported Italian marble and glass on the floors, Hansgrohe fittings and faucets, double steam rain showers,  and a deep stand alone Duravit soaking jacuzzi tub - all with amazing city views. (above)

hallway between bedrooms
The hallway between the bedrooms on the second floor features a glass floor walkway bridge. (above)

guest bedroom with animal skin rug, sliding door, wooden bed frame and orange accents
The guest bedroom - just the right size for kids room or family and friends (above)

floor plans

floor plans

Okay...so what do you think of my new dream apartment? Love it or hate it? Do tell.

I even like the furniture they've chosen which includes some wonderful midcentury classics by Eames and Mies van der Rohe. Nice.

Now it is your turn to weigh in on this million dollar New York real estate listing. Comment below please!

Happy Monday!

xo
Coco

P.S. I had a very good weekend...in fact it was amazing. Hope you had a good one too.

P.P.S. Oh...Happy Columbus Day to those of you who have it off. I do not. I have to work. Enjoy the day for me please!


Photos: esny

7 comments:

  1. I LOVE IT !!AMAZING TERRACE AND MASTER BATHROOM

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  2. Something about this apartment looks not quite right! Are you sure that these aren't computer generated renderings???

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  3. I will come visit! But I WILL NOT walk through that glass-floored hallway - yikes!

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  4. WOW!!! Absolutely breathtaking! What a view, and great space. I would love to have it as well!!

    www.donnaviningblog.com

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  5. LOVE IT! OMG! That master bathroom is to DIE for!

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  6. Dying for this! I am in love with gigantic the Motherwell-esque wall art.

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  7. Coco- you have great taste! The loft was staged by Interior Marketing Group ( www.imgnyc.com ) and we were excited to see it featured on your blog!

    PS- Juliane has a good eye- that painting was inspired by Motherwell, and painted by our stagers!

    Here's IMG's fb page:
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Interior-Marketing-Group-Inc/73411503498

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