If you’ve always wanted to live on a farm but are also conflicted about leaving the city, we may have found the perfect place for you. In the heart of SoHo, on 118 Wooster St, is this beautiful penthouse.
You won’t have a farm of animals per se, but you will have a small barn and a silo to call your own. The 1,250-square-foot apartment is currently on the market for the steep price of $2.65 million. (Let’s face it, you’re paying for the prime location).
It was built in the early 80s and was so unique that even The New York Times wrote a piece on it in 1983, explaining how the structures “provide a sense of soaring space. They also provide access, by way of spiral staircases within each one, to private sundecks.” Not too shabby.
The indoor space gets plenty of sunlight with its floor-to-ceiling windows, which definitely makes the apartment appear even larger. There is only one bedroom, but within it are two double closets and one walk-in. There is also a master bathroom that has dual sinks. There’s also a powder room, a wood burning fireplace, an office space nook, and skylights.
The sundeck itself is 800-square-feet, and is given a more rustic vibe by its wood fencing (in addition to the presence of its barn and silo, of course). We’ll go out on a limb in saying that the typical New Yorker can’t blow this much on a loft, but if you can…we think it’s totally worth it.
You can find the listing through Triplemint, here.
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