Commercial and Residential - New York, NY
Be the first to live in this stunningly reimagined four-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom historic townhouse with outdoor space in a prime Tribeca location.
Enjoy more than 3,000 square feet of bright and airy living space thanks to a well-placed skylight and oversized windows throughout this four-story home. The first floor is a gracious entertaining space with an expansive formal dining room and large rear living room flanking the Italian designer kitchen. Here, appliances by Sub-Zero, Wolf, Miele and Elkay deftly handle cooking needs while ample cabinetry, counter space and a large breakfast bar add convenience. In the living room, the 16-foot long skylight bathes the space with light, and the extra-large stainless steel gel fuel fireplace provides a soothing focal point.
Upstairs, a grand full-floor master suite dazzles with an enviable custom walk-through closet, Calacatta marble en suite bathroom and direct access to the home's massive, 400-square-foot terrace. Two more large bedrooms flank a full bathroom on the third floor, and the fourth floor features another bedroom, playroom or home office.
Stunning oak, porcelain and mosaic flooring, Dornbracht bathroom fixtures, handsome molding and millwork, and recessed lighting set an elegant tone, while the zoned central heat and air, Sonos sound system, abundant extra closets and washer-dryer attend to everyday convenience and comfort in this immaculate home.
Built in 1841 by Robert Stewart, son-in-law of Leonard Lispenard, 504 Canal Street is a landmarked brick building in the Greek Revival style. Reflecting the commercial nature of the area in the early 19th century, the earliest occupants of the building were a collar maker, who's shop occupied the first floor, a silversmith, a boilermaker and a trunk maker. Today, 504 Canal, along with its neighbors to the east, form a handsome row of historic brick buildings that curve along Belgian-block Greenwich Street.
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