One of the most unique residences ever to come to market in 250 West, #5E is truly a diamond in the northwest corner of TriBeCa's Historic District. Featured as a model home for Elle Decor Magazine designed by Matthew Patrick Smyth, this two bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom home has been remodeled and redesigned by the current owner to maximize space, scale and feel.
Enter into the home to be greeted by southern light spanning across the entire apartment, accentuated by 11-foot ceilings throughout. To the left in the entry is a full-sized private dining room, easily used as an additional bedroom, office or media room. The large living space features an open-plan kitchen with appliances reimagined by the designer, considerable upgrades above the original developer finishes. The appliances are by Jenn-Air, with the kitchen cabinetry by Poggenpohl. The home boasts split bedrooms, each with southern exposure and an en-suite bath.
The master bedroom enjoys an en-suite spa-like master bath with a double vanity, soaking tub and stall shower. The piece de resistance of this magnificent home is the stunning master closet, equivalent in size to most Manhattan bedrooms, fully customized as a dressing room by the current owner in conjunction with the designer.
Lightly used by the current owner, #5E is in pristine condition and ready for its next owner.
250 West Street, a former warehouse built in 1906 and converted to condominiums in 2012, is quintessential Tribeca. Boasting arched windows, high ceilings, and a beautiful brick facade, the building has been updated to contain all modern conveniences. Amenities include a doorman, a 5,000 square-foot common roof deck with views, grills and seating, a private lap pool, a fitness center, children's playroom, concierge and stunning library.
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