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Touring A Flexible Seaport Loft With Classic Nyc Charm : 330 Pearl Street #5a : Serhant. Tour
Listed By: Kristina Paces and Ryan Serhant
Tranquil and bright with a spacious mezzanine and two private storage units, this flexible open space loft condo offers residents an exclusive Seaport lifestyle and classic city charm. Soaring ceilings and a functional layout (a second room can easily be created, see alternate floor plan) maximize space and give the home a sense of grandeur. Gorgeous hardwood floors and exposed brick walls are classic city textures set aglow in warm natural light that pours in through the oversized sash windows of this top-floor of a pre-war elevator building.
The home begins with a windowed kitchen and dining area equipped with a breakfast bar, tiled floors, a vented oven hood, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances including a Monogram refrigerator/freezer and Bosch dishwasher. Through a wide hall adorned with a skylight and a huge walk-in closet, is an enormous great room with double-height ceilings and plenty of room for distinctive living, dining, office, and fitness areas. The spacious bathroom has a large corner vanity, sleek black tiles, and a walk-in shower.
The lofted mezzanine level has exposed wooden beams, a semi-enclosed CA king-sized bedroom, and space for a workstation. A stacked LG washer/dryer and separate storage units in the basement and on the apartment landing complete the home.
A former book bindery, 330 Pearl Street is a prewar boutique condominium with a part-time super, bicycle storage, an elevator, Brooklyn Bridge and East River views, and a prime Seaport address. The building is in the Seaport Historic District and a few blocks from the river and Piers 15, 16, and 17. It is close to numerous restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops, and it has easy access to FiDi and City Hall Park. Nearby subway lines include the2/3/4/5/6/R/W/J/Z and access to the NJ PATH trains. Pets are welcome and the building is wired for Verizon Fios.
See more at: serhant.com/