24 Thompson Street
Grand and Watts Soho/Nolita
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A 1000SF EUROPEAN STYLE TERRACE IS FULLY WIRED & EQUIPPED FOR ENTERTAINING. IT HAS A GAS HOOKUP, RUNNING HOT/COLD WATER & AUXILLARY KITCHENETTE/SERVICE AREA (INCLUDING AN ITALIAN SMEG REFRIG). THE WONDERFUL ANTIQUE FRENCH STAINED GLASS DOUBLE DOORS.
15 CEILS W/3 EXPOS CREATE A SUN FLOODED FAMILY RM, GUEST BR, FULL BTH & LAUNDRY RM. DETAILS INCLUDE A MASSIVE ROUND WINDOW FROM A PARISIAN CATHEDRAL, ANTIQUE STUDIO LIGHTS, BTHTUB SURROUND & HANGING INDUSTRIAL LIGHT FIXTURES.
2BRS & 2 BTHS ADORNED IN HAND PAINTED MOROCCAN TILE WWORK. FRENCH SHUTTERS & ITALIAN HANGING LIGHTS IN THE GIRLS RM AND PARISIAN LIGHT FIXTURES IN THE BOYS RM.
15 CEILS ON THIS FLR W/A MBR, CLOSET AREA, MASTER BTH & WALK-IN CLOSET. DETAILS IN THE MASTER BTH INCLUDE A DISPLAY CABINET & A WONDERFUL DOUBLE SINK ON A SINGLE PEDESTAL, BOTH FROM PARIS. MOROCCAN LIGHT FIXTURES ADORN THE LANDING W/A SPECTACULAR WINDOW
GRAND FREE STANDING STAIRCASE LEADS UP TO THE PARLOR FLR THAT HAS SOARING 15CEILS. THE OPEN CHEFS KIT FEATURES A FULLY VENTED GARLAND STOVE, TRAULSEN REFRIGERATOR, 2 DRAWER D/W, A HAND POURED LETRAINER ZINC COUNTER (A LA BALTHAZAR) & 2 SINK AREAS.
ENTER THRU THE HAND CARVED ARGENTINEAN DOUBLE DOORS INTO THE FAMILY RM, WHICH BOASTS 17 CEILS. THE DOUBLE DOORS SALVAGED FROM A FIREHOUSE OPEN ONTO A PATIO GARDEN. THE ANTIQUE STAIN GLASS WINDOWS, A 200YR OLD FRENCH CHANDELIER & ART DECO LIGHT FIXTURES.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.5,000
- Central air
The CLASSIC Returns. Champion 5-story townhouse in prime SoHo with grand proportions, 15 foot ceilings, a sweeping staircase, an elevator, an irresistible terrace, 5-zone air-conditioning & heating and its very own parking garage offers enormous privacy alongside modern comforts. With four exposures it receives wonderful light and has stunning views on the higher floors. As the tallest single family townhouse in the downtown area, it is an imposing yet very charming presence on a quiet cul-de-sac in SoHo, just around the corner from Cipriani, Caf‚ Felix, Armani and art galleries galore. Filled with architectural details and artifacts from all over the world, it is a true celebration of life complete with fantasy and sophisticated technology.
From Canal Street to Houston Street, from Lafayette to the Hudson River.
Many of SoHo’s expansive apartments were built in the 19th Century, when the use of cast iron for building fronts allowed for larger windows than traditional brick buildings. The broad windows were used to shed light on factories and offices, which were then converted into the sun-bathed SoHo co-op and condo lofts we know today. In fact, the historic district in SoHo has the largest concentration of cast-iron architecture anywhere in the world, though SoHo’s manufacturers have given way to artists, fashion designers and Wall Street types seeking light and space in their apartments.