85 Leonard Street, PH - TriBeCa, New York
Enjoy a rare opportunity & quintessential loft living in prime Tribeca, atop a distinctive 1861 landmark, one of the first cast-iron buildings on coveted Leonard St! This 4 bedroom 3.5 bath Duplex Penthouse has a full upper deck & private roof terrace with open views of NYC skyline including the Empire State and Chrysler building. A grand loft proportions of ~3400 sq ft, 10 foot ceilings, this home melds original 19th century details with modern luxuries a thoughtful design that is perfect for large-scale entertaining, yet also lends easily to private, intimate living. Direct elevator entry brings you into an elegant light-filled ambience graced by high ceilings, oversized windows, gleaming hardwood floors, stunning stones, premium fixtures, finishes & appliances. Host guests in style in the large south-facing living room distinguished by a wall of arched windows & charming fireplace to gather around. The dining area is open to the vented gourmet kitchen with a huge dining island, and all the best amenities to please the selective chef. A home office & powder room center the main level, with a wide hallway that leads to the laundry area & peaceful sleeping wing comprised of 2 bedroom suites with walk-in closets. Perched on the 2nd level is the divine master and gorgeous 5-fixture spa bath. The master & 4th BR/sitting room both access an incredible wraparound deck that showcases the iconic city skyline. Stairs bring you up to the prized 70+-long roof terrace with your own putting green and amazing panoramic city views. Other state-of-the-art highlights include ducted central HVAC as well as central vacuum. A driving range is also at your disposal in the massive basement storage room. Created by James Bogardus, donned the inventor of cast iron buildings, in 1861, 85 Leonard in Historic Tribeca is a shining example of the Italianate style & cast-iron architecture. The building, which once housed the Kitchen, Montross & Wilcox dry goods store, was designated a NYC landmark in 1974 & added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1980. The outstanding location is within minutes of top retail establishments, restaurants, parking garage across the street & major transportation..
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman