We are very delighted to present 110 Hudson Street, considered to be the Crown Jewel of Tribeca, New York.
This architectural masterpiece was originally built for the Bordon Milk Company in 1904. It was converted to a condominium in 1988, and boasts a stone balustrade and imposing portico. The home is a loft dweller's dream, with ceiling heights of 12.5 feet throughout. As you enter the palatial living room you are immediately struck by the grand oak framed windows [7 feet tall by 4 feet wide] that draw in dramatic views of the Freedom Tower. The entire 3,456 square foot space is awash in light.
European craftsmanship abounds in the details, including herringbone inlay floors, a carved oak wainscoted living room, and a dining area large enough to have at least 20 of your closest friends over for a sit-down meal. An oversized wood-burning fireplace encased in an imported Italian hand carved mantle creates the feeling of relaxing by the fire in your castle in the sky. This home has 4 full-size bedrooms with en-suite baths and a powder room for guests. The kitchen is paneled in beautiful knotty pine planks. To say that this windowed kitchen is oversized is the ultimate understatement. There is a large dining table for 6 and a windowed banquet for further seating. This boutique condo home is convenient to all that central Tribeca has to offer: nightlife, dining and schools.
For our most discerning clients, this could be the perfect New York home.