Shiny new condos might be the fancy of some, but for many New Yorkers, a hint of character is high up on the list of real estate must-haves. First spotted by 6sqft, this recently sold loft unit at 125 Watts Street offers both modern amenities and historic pre-World War II touches. On top of its best-of-both-worlds appeal, the 1,850-square-foot Tribeca apartment is decked out with locally sourced materials and utilizes energy-efficient heating and cooling systems.
In addition to its seamless blend of new and old, the apartment has massive windows framed in rich mahogany to let in natural light throughout the day. Towards the center of the space, you will find the building’s original wood beams dating back to a period between 1900 and 1940. The space also boasts white oak flooring that extends through the loft’s three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
The kitchen is fully modern with top-of-the-line and Energy Star-compliant stainless appliances from Viking, Liebher, and Miele. And if that’s not enough for you, perhaps the Caesarstone Quartz counters, center island and dining bar will help. They certainly sold the new owners!
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