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DOWNTOWN DELIGHT

40 Walker St. is made up of expansive lofts with private elevator access and the mix, ranging from 1,897 to 3,470-SF, includes three full-floor 2BR units and one 3BR duplex penthouse. Units boast deep-toned wide-plank solid oak floors, recessed lighting, Bosch washers and dryers, and basement-level storage units. Eat-in kitchens feature dark stained oak cabinetry topped with white custom-cut Corian, oversized Blanco sinks, and premium appliances from Bosch, Sub-Zero and GE Monogram. Master baths, accessible via large walk-through closets from master bedrooms, have separate Steamist showers and Zuma tubs, as well as Ergon tile floors with glass accents. The penthouse features a triple-height skylight and 815-SF of outdoor space, with a built-in DCS grill on the north terrace. The CyberDoorman provides entry-control, delivery management and security by way of interactive touch-screen control panels connected to a 24-hour monitoring and security service. From $2.795 million. LATE 2008

REID PRICE | 212.317.3670 | BROWN HARRIS STEVENS


DOUBLE THE PLEASURE

Located at 230 W. 10th St. off Bleecker Street in the West Village, two historic townhouses have been combined to create 6,600-SF of exquisite living spaces flowing from a central light well through three stories, which also opens to a patio. Made up of 5BRs, including a master suite with a private deck, oversized windows, skylights and intimate niche spaces are everywhere. Additionally, there’s a well-planned eat-in kitchen, lovely studio, media room, playroom, second deck and a gym with a shower and steam room. This townhouse features Home Technology by Creston whereby blinds, lighting, sound, security, and temperature are controlled by touchpads. It also features an elevator and retains a curb cut—the garage door is cleverly hidden in the entryway. $16.950 million. IMMEDIATE

TATIANA CAMES | 212-444-7833 | THE CORCORAN GROUP


WHITE ON WHITE

Inside what was the former home of the famed 1970s TriBeCa nightspot known as the Mudd Club at 77 White St., this 2,255-SF full-floor pre-war loft is currently designed as a 1BR unit, but can easily convert to a 2BR or 3BR residence. Along with plenty of pre-war architectural detail, this newly-renovated light-filled home features 11-ft high beamed ceilings, Brazilian wide-plank walnut floors, exposed brick walls and 14 huge windows looking north and west. The open chef’s kitchen is accented with birch cabinetry topped with Carrara marble and comes with a farmhouse sink and Viking Pro appliances. The windowed master bath features Carrara marble floors, vintage white wall tiles and a pedestal sink. Along with a separate laundry room with a washer and dryer, there is central air, a state-of-the-art video intercom system, and high-speed cable/internet wiring. Private basement storage. $2.395 million. IMMEDIATE

J. KURTZ / R. LUSTBADER | 212-439-5186 | WARBURG REALTY PARTNERSHIP


AT YOUR SERVICE

A new brick beauty of eight units at 556-558 Fifth Avenue has come to South Park Slope, a soughtafter, family-friendly district of landmark brownstones, ornate churches and tree-lined streets. “It’s an array of apartments with amazing outdoor space,” says aptsandlofts.com agent Binnie Robinson, “so it feels very much like a home.” All apartments boast large, open living rooms, bleached hardwood floors, high-end kitchens with Liebherr fridges and Fagor dishwashers, and bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, stainless sinks and Toto toilets. Sleek surfaces abound—white Caesarstone countertops, grey lacquer cabinets, ebony-stained wood bathroom vanities. There are east-facing, oversized onebedrooms, west-facing two-bedrooms and one smashing, 1,473 square foot three-bedroom/two bath duplex penthouse with a roof terrace. The F, M and R trains mean quick commutes to Manhattan. Pricing starts at $515,000; occupancy is first quarter, 2009.

MONIQUE SILBERMAN | 212-891-7120 | PRUDENTIAL DOUGLAS ELLIMAN



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