This three bedroom, two-and-a-half bath condo is on North Moore Street in the Tribeca West Historic District, a tiny area known for its cobblestone blocks and turn-of-the-century architecture. The building began as a fruit market in 1897, according to the New York Times, and was converted to condos in 2001. The duplex apartment, listed by Stribling for $4.95 million, retains an industrial feel with its exposed wooden ceiling beams and cast iron columns.
It also has plenty of contemporary touches, including a spacious, tasteful master bathroom.
The living and dining area is open, and a gas fireplace helps keep things cozy. The kitchen is light and modern, with high-end appliances and a breakfast bar. Past the foyer, you'll find an office nook flanked by cast iron columns.
The master bedroom has several closets, including a walk-in, as well as a private balcony, and its en-suite bathroom offers plenty of room to stretch out, as well as double sinks and a separate shower and tub.
Upstairs are two more bedrooms, which share a full bathroom with a separate tub and walk-in shower, as well as a den.
The apartment has central air and heat, as well as a laundry room with a washer and dryer. Building amenities include a live-in superintendent and a recently renovated lobby. Plus, the building is pet-friendly.
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