THE MUNITIONS, 60 Warren St, 4 - TriBeCa, New York
Exquisite 4,157sf authentic full floorTribeca loft renovated to perfection. Can be rented fully furnished for $32,000, also available short or long term. Enter from the keyed elevator through a private steel and glass sliding security door to this floor. With its large windows, and wide open spaces this vintage Tribeca loft is perfectly suited for entertaining. The loft features 5 rooms, currently 4 bedrooms and 1 additional interior room, 4 bathrooms, a large kitchen area, open dining area, a study area and formal and informal living areas. The corner living and dining room facing south and west is flooded with light and boasts beautifully restored exposed brick, newly laid imported Afromosia wood floors throughout, cast iron columns, 10' ceilings and 14 oversized windows. The large Boffi designed fully equipped eat-in kitchen opens to the living space and features Meile appliances, limestone counters and Mother of Pearl Terrazzo flooring. An exquisite Italian Sycamore paneled wall surrounds the sunny master bedroom with its en suite limestone windowed spa bathroom with separate steam shower, custom freestanding soaking tub and radiant heated floors. With an eye for detail this home features a professional lighting system, central air, cedar closet, large laundry room and wine refrigerator.The Munitions building at 60 Warren is a unique pre-war boutique condominium with only 5 residences, a full time doorman, a newly installed security camera that monitors the lobby, key-locked elevator that opens directly into each apartment, and a large storage space. First a home to the Remington Arms Company and later a home to the champagne producer, G.H. Mumm, this Italianate style ornate red brick building was erected in 1860 and was used to store their champagne bottles. One of the more elegant Tribeca loft buildings, situated near all transportation, a myriad of restaurants and shopping and The Hudson River Park. This is Tribeca loft living at its best.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman