Authenticity abounds in this one-of-a-kind, quintessential SoHo loft with very low carrying costs and a rear facing terrace, perfectly situated in the heart of the historic Cast Iron District on picturesque cobblestoned Greene Street's best block between Spring and Prince. Classic architectural details in this artists’ loft include original wood columns and beams, walls of exposed brick, hardwood floors, soaring 11-ft, 10-in +/- ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows on both the eastern and western sides of the loft that inundate the space with natural light throughout the day. Enter via a key-locked elevator into the open, airy, and pin-drop quiet home. The light-filled space is the perfect place to entertain, with a large, open-plan living, kitchen and dining area. Floor-to-ceiling Farmhouse doors lead to the private spaces of the home. The private and serene primary suite features en suite bath, built-in closeting, and rear balcony. This is accompanied by two additional windowed bedrooms, a sleeping area, home office, and a second full bath. A washer/dryer in-unit completes this unique offering. 112 Greene Street is a pet-friendly boutique cast-iron cooperative designed by Henry Fernbach in 1883, formerly and famously home to the Greene Street Recording Studio used by notable artists such as Public Enemy and Sonic Youth. Located in the center of SoHo, you are close to the best restaurants, shopping and art galleries, with easy accessibility to mass transit and major thoroughfares to the rest of Manhattan, Brooklyn and beyond.