A quintessential SoHo loft in the heart of the historic Cast Iron District, only blocks away from the best restaurants and shopping that Downtown Manhattan has to offer! Enter into this pin-drop quiet two-bedroom, two-bath loft from a key-locked elevator, and you are welcomed by three oversized windows, 10’6”+/- ceilings, exposed brick walls, and beautifully maintained hardwood floors. The tastefully renovated pre-war cooperative home encompasses approx. 2,130 gross square feet.
With an open plan, this home is the perfect place to entertain, with a seamless transition from the light-filled living and dining areas to the chef's kitchen. The state-of-the art kitchen melds stainless steel appliances from Viking, Sub Zero and Miele, with black granite countertops and a custom copper hood. At the far end of the loft, the private corner master suite has been entirely gut-renovated by the current owners, boasting five oversized windows, a large walk-in closet, and a windowed en suite bath. A second bedroom, second full bath, an extra-large Electrolux washer and dryer, and sound wiring throughout complete this rare offering.
114 Spring Street is a boutique pre-war 7-unit cooperative built in 1886. Featuring a part-time super and video security, the building is located in the center of Downtown's premier neighborhood with easy accessibility to mass transit.