In-apartment laundry rooms that make doing the wash a downright delight

By Jennifer Laing | April 3, 2015 - 4:30PM

If a New York City apartment with its own washer and dryer makes your heart race, one with its own personal laundry room might just put you over the moon. (It's a fantasy many New Yorkers would understand.) These properties are all gilded with one:

With four bedrooms and four bathrooms, it only makes sense that this 2,837 square-foot penthouse at The Leonard in Tribeca (on the market next week for $7.495 million) should have its own laundry room, too. It's equipped with a Miele washer and dryer with custom front panels, a sink (for hand washing delicate unmentionables), and plenty of space for sorting, folding and ironing. Best of all, you get to chill out on the 769-square-foot private terrace between loads.

Adjacent to the kitchen of this gut-renovated, full-floor Mercer Street loft (yours for $3.699 million) is the private laundry room with a full size washer and dryer (vented to the roof), fold-down ironing board, drying racks, and a stainless steel utility sink that will make soaking your dirty duds a cinch.

The laundry room of this five-bedroom, five-bath condo at 433 East 74th Street, listed at $5.75 million, boasts a side-by-side washer and dryer, plenty of counter space and the requisite utility sink. It also has a window (not pictured) to the outside, which means you can enjoy city views while washing and folding.

This fifth floor loft rental at 7 Harrison Street for $23,000/month has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and its own laundry room, complete with a sink, lots of cabinets (for storing a year’s worth of laundry pods and dryer sheets) and a LG large capacity washer and vented dryer.


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