Spacious New York loft with an industrial décor

If you’re currently looking for a new home in New York City you might be lucky because we just found this lovely apartment that would make a great home. This is a beautiful and spacious loft located in New York and it’s currently on the market for $3,15 million.The loft features an industrial interior décor that goes wonderfully with the large dimensions of the apartment. It’s located in a cement and steel industrial-style loft condominium situated between Soho and Tribeca in Manhattan. The location is very nice and close to shops and other places of interest.

This particular loft is 45 feet wide and it offers three spacious bedrooms. There rooms are located in a rear bedroom wing, carefully divided from the other spaces. This area is private and quiet, perfect for a good night sleep.

The living and sleeping quarters are visually divided. The rest of the rooms have an open floor plan and an airy and spacious look. The loft looks very authentic, mostly because of its industrial interior design. It features brick walls, cement columns and exposed beams in the ceilings. It’s a very nice apartment and it would make a great family home. The industrial interior décor might seems a little intimidating at first but once you get used to it it’s quite charming and very cozy.

Published by in Real Estate, on February 7th, 2012


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