481 Washington Street

#5-N

Price

$ 15,000
Rooms:
6
Bedrooms:
3
Bathrooms:
3
Rental Status:
Rented
Common Charges:
$ 0
Taxes:
$ 0
Maintenance:
$ 0
Apartment Size Type:
Three Bedroom
Listing ID: 1840697

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Property Description

Established in 1895 as a warehouse for the spice trade, 481 Washington later housed the Hudson Square Printing company. The building with a 25-inch thick base Beaux Art facade is perfectly situated between Soho and Tribeca, steps from the Hudson River and walking distance to renowned restaurants, art galleries and boutiques.

As the elevator door opens into the apartment, an expansive great room awaits you. With 3 bedrooms, a home office and 3 bathrooms, this residence has been impeccably renovated. The developer was able to keep the Old World character and fuse it with modern convenience. The apartment features historic wood columns, high ceilings, 4-inch plank Appalachian white oak hardwood floors and central air. The kitchen has been designed with white wood cabinetry, frosted glass tile backsplash, ceasarstone countertops, 6-burner Wolf gas range with fully vented hood, and Liebherr refrigerator and wine cooler.

The building has a 24-hour virtual doorman, secured package room, bicycle storage room, and 5N comes with a private storage unit in the basement.

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