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19 Greene Street, #4F

Listing no longer available on CityRealty as of Oct 26, 2023
It previously was on the market for a total of 36 days.
Last Sold on Dec 1, 2011 for $1,850,000
2 beds, 2.5 baths | Approx. 1,800 ft2
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36 days on Market

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Key Details

  • Listed: Sep 20, 2023
    Days on Market: 36
    Building Type: Cooperative
    Neighborhood: SoHo (Manhattan)
Monthly Maintenance: $3,704 ($2.06/ft2)
Est. Monthly Mortgage: -
Total Est. Monthly Carrying Cost: $49,402 ($27.45/ft2)
Note: the above is based on a down payment of 20% ($1,700,000), which is the minimum amount permitted by the building.

Description

An opportunity to own this exceptional full floor residence in SoHo’s cast iron district, where you will find the traditional turned ever-so-slightly on its ear, is available for purchase for the firsttime. This is the quintessential New York downtown loft, a space that has been completely re-interpreted - acknowledging old-world bones while embracing modern refinement. The home balances a rarelyachieved level of sophistication with warmth, and embodies a true feeling of casual elegance. As you move through the space, you will notice how every finish, every detail and every square inch, has been thoroughly considered and masterfully constructed.

There is simply nothing like it.In combining two units to create the full floor (3,500 Sq Ft) two bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home, the layout conveys a perfect sense of symmetry from front to back - an equal number of windows lights the public and private spaces at both ends, while uniform matte limestone radiator covers anchor the space beneath. This equilibrium not only adds to the calm of the home, it establishes a natural flow for entertaining - from the elegant salon to the intimate dining room, and finally, to the inviting living room lined by a sumptuous ebony library wall. A focal point along this journey is the floor-to-ceiling Nero Tunisia marble cube set between the salon and dining room. The sculpture acts as both a frame, capturing moments and memories in its expanse, and as a siren’s call beckoning guests to dinner. The home offers a gallery-worthy background for any worthy collection.

Exterior walls are original brick painted a uniform white and hemmed by custom baseboard molding that roots the textural heft of the original brick with refined, traditional glamour. Interior walls are custom Venetian plaster formed with elegant museum reveal bases. Arrive via key-locked elevator to the home’s private landing - tiled in herringboned Fior di Pesco Apuano marble with walls of bleached holly and custom bronze elevator surround - and know at once you’ve arrived at an uncommon dwelling. Doors from the landing lead to either side of the apartment, affording both convenient access and discreet departures. To the right, you will arrive in the home’s gracious salon-like parlor room capturing archetypal cast-iron building views through the 9-foot tall windows.

Through the Nero room divider, the dining room wall, wrought in slightly different pale pink plaster than the rest of the home - entices guests to dinner. Nearby, the custom birch wet bar attends to every need with two wine refrigerators, a Perlick ice maker and sink by Lefroy Brooks. Beyond this public space, you’ll find hand carved, smoked white oak doors leading a private study walled with custom birch bookshelves. Just inside are ample closets in custom birch wood with bronze hardware and a full bathroom outfitted in Bianco Dolomiti and Nero Tunisia marble and hand-chipped white and blue Portuguese tile. Enter the home to left at the landing, and you’ll find the massive main living space, anchored by the rear-facing wall of classic arched windows and a private terrace on one end and the sleek open plan kitchen on the other.

This chef’s wonderland features a Gaggenau range, Sub-Zero refrigerator and Miele dishwasher set among Boffi cabinetry and a massive Paonazzetto stone island. Move past the stunning bookcase and library ladder, wrought in custom white oak with ebony limed finish, noting the home’s original cast-iron columns lining the way, to enter the tranquil master suite paneled in custom bleached maple. Here, you’ll find a large walk-in closet in custom walnut with bronze Tydix pulls and knobs with soft-close drawers, pull-out shelves and plentiful hanging space. Just further is the spa-like bathroom, awash in Breccia Capra marble and featuring an iron soaking tub, Lefroy Brooks steam shower and automated Toto toilet. A powder room, paneled in bleached anigre, with Rose Aurora marble and a Turkish sink and a well-appointed laundry closet with Bosch washer/dryer round out the floorplan. Adding to the home’s abundant bespoke finishes and original detail, you’ll find a cadre of modern technology to attend to every need.

A sound system designed by Eleven Audio Design, controlled through Sonos and linked to every room in the home. All lighting is designed by zeroLUX, and is controlled through wall panels and a Lutron app, which can be activated both inside the home or away. The home is protected by a full DGA security system including motion detectors. Originally conceived as a warehouse and store in 1872, by the architect Henry Fernbach, this handsome, five story elevator building, is set along the banks of a cobble stone lined street, lifted high by five bold Tuscan columns, that provide both a sense of scale and strength, reflective of this Cast-Iron era.

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Apartment Amenities

  • Washer/Dryer in apt.

About 19 Greene Street

Building Amenities

  • Pre War
  • Intercom
  • Elevator

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