This one-of-a-kind triplex loft straddles the past with the present. It is a nifty two-bedroom apartment full of surprises. Spread out over three levels, the fully renovated East Village residence offers continuous walls of exposed brick, an artfully designed metal and wood staircase, wide plank flooring and a glorious ceiling height of 13.5 feet.
At 1252 square feet, this multi-level home actually feels like a house. The main floor offers a renovated open living/dining area, an open kitchen with a full complement of stainless steel appliances and a second bedroom/home office. The single bathroom, also on this floor, has been sumptuously renovated as well.
The architectural stairs lead up to the master bedroom, set on a mezzanine level with full ceiling height. A walled off dressing area adds another nice touch.
And as you head down to the lower level you land upon the final surprise to fill out this special residence, a dedicated room built out as a home theatre with a full wall projection screen. The screening lounge measures about 16×16 and is truly an extraordinary space to entertain or to relax.
300 East 4th Street is a five-story elevatored building that was built in the late 19th century as a rectory and converted to residential ownership in 2004. It is located at the southwest corner of Avenue C and East 4th Street, two blocks west from John V. Lindsay East River Park where ball fields and activities abound.
With just twenty apartments, 300 East 4th Street offers a boutique co-op with an array of unique apartments, typical of residential conversions carved out of older buildings. Apt 1-A does not disappoint, offering something special for someone that desires a home worthy of envy.
Building amenities include a common roof deck with bbq grills, basement laundry and bike storage. The building has a video intercom. Pets are permitted.