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The epitome of luxurious loft living in Tribeca's most coveted landmarked condominium 443 Greenwich Street. This four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom 3,883 sq ft residence combines authentic original charm with the highest standard of modern amenities.
Enter through a private key locked elevator into the sprawling great room with iconic oversized arched windows. The living and dining space features original exposed wooden beams and pillars, soaring ceilings, and a gas fireplace. Off of the great room are pocket double doors leading to the additional entertaining space which could easily be converted into a fourth bedroom with an en-suite bathroom.
Designed by Christopher Peacock, the gorgeous windowed open chef's kitchen overlooks the south-facing courtyard and is appointed with state-of-the-art stainless-steel appliances, including a six-burner Wolf range with pot filler, 48' Sub-Zero refrigerator, Gaggenau wine refrigerator, Miele high speed convection oven and warming drawer, built-in coffee maker and two Miele dishwashers. The centerpiece of the kitchen is a gorgeous Calacatta marble island providing a luxurious space for kitchen prep and casual dining. Adjacent to the kitchen you will find a large, windowed utility/laundry room with its own service entrance.
The north-facing Primary bedroom features incredible closet space with an enormous oversized walk-in closet along with an additional wall of closets. The stunning en-suite, spa-like bathroom is accented with book matched Italian Calacatta marble slabs set behind a sculpted deep soaking tub with brass fixtures. It boasts radiant heat flooring and a towel warmer that complement the large walk-in steam shower with built-in stone benches. The spacious second and third bedrooms, located on the opposite south side of the home from the Primary suite, feature custom built closets and en-suite bathrooms.
Additional apartment features include automated window shades, central air conditioning, natural oak hardwood flooring, and a lavish powder room. This home includes a private locked storage room in the basement.
443 Greenwich was originally built in 1882 by renowned architect Charles Haight and recently restored and transformed by Cetra Ruddy Architects. The level of service is unparalleled with 24-hr doormen and concierges, valet parking attendants and a live-in resident manager as well as full support staff. Amenities include a landscaped roof terrace, a 71' indoor pool with adjacent Turkish Hammam, a state-of-the-art fitness center with yoga and Pilates rooms, children's playroom, storage rooms, a wine cellar, and attended garage. There is a lush 4,000 SF garden courtyard designed by noted architect Hank White that stands hidden in the heart of the building.
This is a co-exclusive with Compass.