Stunning condo loft on one of downtown Manhattan's most charming and hidden streets, Apartment 3AB is nearly 2,600 square feet and offers 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms.The loft is replete with original details, including 10-foot timber beamed ceilings, exposed white-washed brick, and cast iron columns, all dating back to the building's former life as horse stables for the famed Beaux-Arts Police Building on neighboring Centre Street. Featuring a wing-bedroom layout, the loft opens into an impressive 34-foot long great room, with 4 large windows facing east. Here, multiple entertaining vignettes abound - an expansive yet intimate living area, separate dining area with seating for 10 plus, and the fabulous open chef's kitchen featuring a large island with counter seating, brushed aluminum cabinetry by Valcucine, Bianco Luna countertops, and appliances by Sub Zero and Miele. Two large master bedrooms also face east for sublime morning light and are each complete with plentiful storage and en-suite limestone and hand-cut glass-tiled bathrooms (one boasting a double vanity, Zuma soaking tub, and separate shower). Two additional bedrooms each offer their own full bath with shower. A full-size laundry room with oversized Miele washer and dryer, multi-zone central HVAC, as well as two entrances, complete the loft. A handsome red brick building built in 1915, 136 Baxter Street is an intimate, boutique prewar condominium comprised of just 12 homes across 7 stories. Amenities include 24-hour virtual doorman, visiting superintendent, package room, and a large storage bin that conveys with the sale. At the convergence of Soho, NoLita, and Little Italy, 136 Baxter exudes character, exclusivity, and historic charm ("Grand Machinery Exchange?, from the building's past life as a manufacturing warehouse in the 1920s, is still printed on the building's exterior facade).