This spectacular home was thoughtfully designed by architect Philip Wu. Expertly blending the grand industrial scale of a Greenwich Village loft with a warm material palette, this luxurious residence has an ideal layout for both entertaining and day-to-day life. With extensive built-ins, high ceilings, and top-of-the-line finishes throughout, the loft features two bedrooms, two full baths, and a home office. Upon entry to the apartment via key-locked elevator, the living room is immediately welcoming, with exposed brick walls, 11' barrel-vaulted ceilings, wood floors and four large south-facing windows that fill the loft with light. The two seating areas include a more formal living space and a den/media area with a built-in entertainment unit, featuring a beautiful Japanese acoustical tiled-wall, which increases sound quality while reducing noise. The 54.5-foot long living/dining room offers unlimited possibilities for entertaining and multiple seating areas. The open chef's kitchen features poured concrete countertops, a Viking refrigerator, a 6 burner BlueStar range, Viking wine refrigerator, two dishwashers, and an appliance garage. The kitchen island has extensive prep space, an oversized sink with high-end hardware, and storage. An additional prep sink and a breakfast area with built-in banquette completes the kitchen. The loft's master bedroom suite offers an en-suite bath with heated floors, a double vanity, and a walk-in shower. Thoughtfully designed built-ins include two large wardrobe closets, three built-in dressers, and a window seat. The bed-wall features the same acoustical tile as the living room which reduces noise to ensure that the master bed-chamber is a quiet oasis. An additional bedroom offers a built-in bench, built-in desk, and built-in bookcase. Completing the home are a second full bathroom, a partially enclosed home office, central A/C and a washer and dryer. Built in 1903, 61 East 11th Street is an intimate co-op with nine full-floor lofts. The building is in close proximity to Washington Square Park and Union Square, as well as to the Union Square Farmer's Market, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, and many of the city's best restaurants and shopping destinations. This central location also offers the best access to transportation. Pets are allowed with board approval.
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