A $2.7 million two-bedroom with a quintessential-loft entry

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Lofts don't quite have the same vibe without an elevator that opens directly onto the space, and this $2.7 million full-floor Tribeca condo's got one. 

The two-bedroom, two-bath, in a boutique four-unit building at 88 Chambers Street, has 12-foot ceilings (in typical Tribeca loft style) and a large living room/dining area with recessed lighting and four large windows. 

The open kitchen/dining room layout makes cooking for a dinner party a communal affair. High-end appliances include a six-burner stove, integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator (meaning it looks like the rest of the cabinetry), and an 80-bottle wine cooler. (Love the light fixtures!)

The master bedroom has a large walk-in-closet, and the master bath—non-windowed as is typical in a floor-through space—has double sinks, and a separate shower and tub.

The second bedroom could be used a small kid's room or an office or guest room. It also has a custom closet.

Added bonuses: A washer and dryer in the apartment, and storage space in the basement. 


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