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March 28, 2022

Listed by: Jodan March & Sean McPeak
Link: serhant.com/listings/3775202

Originally built in 1905, this stunning converted factory corner loft, soars with 12 foot ceilings, almost 8 ft oversized windows, and 1,200 sqft with recently finished renovations that boasts a perfect blend of downtown chic and a touch of charm.

As you enter into the loft, you are welcomed by a proper gallery foyer with two large closets: a perfect place to display your art. Left of the entrance, you have a full guest bathroom with modern finishes. The primary bathroom is spacious and spa-like, featuring a deep soaking tub, exquisite Spanish tiles, and double vanity.

As you pass through the hallway where there is a washer/dryer and copious closet space. The hallway opens up into a sun soaked living room, adorned with lofted 12 ft ceilings and 8 ft oversized windows with enough room to fit both dining and living room furniture. The chef’s kitchen sits adjacent to the living room, featuring a large buffet-style countertop, a full suite of high end appliances, and a Spanish stone backsplash to contrast the wooden column that accents the unit.

The primary bedroom shares the same 12 ft ceiling, 8 ft windows and with no lack of storage, the only three words to describe this space - Closets, Closets, Closets! The secondary bedroom is seamlessly connects by a grand, repurposed barn door, and is generously sized to fully function as either bedroom, home office, or nursery.

Located at the nexus where Greenwich meets the East Village, the Petersfield is a premier full-service condo featuring a 24 hour doorman, and recently renovated roof deck. Being on New York City’s shortest avenue, 115 Fourth Avenue’s vibrant location is highlighted by its proximity to both Union Square and Washington Square Park, as well as Union Square’s Greenmarket, Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and some of NYC’s most iconic restaurants. A commuter’s dream with access to 4/5/6/L/N/Q/R/W only a block away and NYU, Parsons, and Baruch College in the area.

See more at: serhant.com