Prime NW TriBeCa Condo. Executed with a subdued color palette and immaculate designer finishes, this spacious two-bedroom condominium is the embodiment of elegant comfort and chic Downtown style, ideally situated in Northwest Tribeca.
You'll want to linger in the sophisticated great room featuring rows of custom built-ins, granite and a handsome gas fireplace. Eastern sunlight bathes the large space from oversized triple-pane windows, highlighting dark-stained hardwood floors and extra-tall ceilings dotted with recessed lighting. Follow the stylish design scheme to the sleek open kitchen where custom cabinets, pendant lighting and a massive granite center island/breakfast bar surround professional-grade stainless steel appliances, including a six-burner Viking range (with grill, exhaust hood and pot filler), double ovens, Sub-Zero refrigerator and wine cooler, Miele dishwasher and a built-in microwave.
The tranquil 1,982-square-foot home features a desirable split layout with the peaceful master suite drinking in western light from three large windows. The suite also features two roomy custom closets and a stunning river rock and granite en suite bathroom outfitted with a deep-soaking tub, separate rain shower and linen closet. Encircled by unique transom windows, the sunny second bedroom also includes a large closet and custom built-ins, and the second full bath is a vision in tumbled marble. Central heat and air, integrated sound, extra closets, in-unit Miele washer-dryer and private basement storage provide added convenience in this incredibly lovely and livable condo home.
Known as the SoCa Building, 130 Watts Street is a prewar boutique condominium with elevator, video intercom and basement storage. Positioned at the corner of Watts and Greenwich streets Â— surrounded by Tribeca, Hudson Square and SoHo Â— this 1900 building is at the center of exciting downtown living, close to world-class shopping, dining and nightlife in every direction. Hudson River Park is just over a block away offering gorgeous riverfront open space and recreation, and the nearby 1 and A/C/E trains provide easy access to the rest of the city.
Welcome to the sumptuous living in prime Northwest Tribeca. Also known "TriBeCa's Gold Coast!"
This revered district offers quaint cobblestone streets Â— practically free of traffic Â— and effortless access to the 550-acre riverfront Hudson River Park. With nearby buildings 443 Greenwich ($3,400 per foot) and 70 Vestry ($4,500 per foot) fetching record-breaking prices, it's no surprise this sought-after neighborhood has become the destination of choice for New York City's celebrity migration.
Seeing is believing!
Year Built: 1900
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