Would you like to tell your family “welcome home” from inside a stunning New York City loft? Then get out your check books because you’re about to spend some of your hard-earned cash on this incredible home. Or at least get out your idea book because what you will see in this loft will blow your mind.
Currently owned by a Latin American couple with grand kids, the spacious apartment is located in a beautiful building dating back to 1909. Spreading over more than 4,200 square feet, this impressive loft has three bedrooms and 2 and a half baths, as well as a large kitchen, a library and a wine cellar. Overlooking panoramas of American Museum of Natural History and Central Park from behind enormous steel-cased windows and lined by Corinthian columns from floor-to-ceiling, the enormous 24-foot-high ceiling living space was beautifully adorned with a Miro-style mural in Venetian plaster created by Madrid-based artist Ramon Canet. An imposing stone fireplace built in the 17th-century takes central stage in the living area, while the dining room proudly displays its original paneling.
This luxurious New York apartment is perfect for displaying art as well as entertaining. Its historic value was enhanced by a recent renovation, leaving the space prepared to take on the fulfilled urban lifestyle of its future owners. The owners chose to showcase works of Cuban artist Emilio Sanchez in their home, adding flavor to the already fantastic space filled with works of master artisan George Nakashimi, Cuban artist Emilio Sanchez or artist Maria Fernanda Cardoso, just to mention a few.
A second fireplace in the library composes the perfect background for an intense session of reading. Just seeing this space induces a sense of adventure and unpredictability. It must be comforting to know that the Big Apple is only a few floors down. Photographed by Evan Joseph for the Daily News, this stunning New York loft can be yours for $20mil. And if you feel like the current owner when you first walk in, you will only want to leave this elegant, flexible space place if you’re moving to heaven.
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