A keyed private elevator leads you into this expansive approximately 3,300 square foot loft. Massive timber beams and columns and exposed brick walls evoke the historical aspect of this turn of the century building, while a modern Italian kitchen and a curtain wall of glass add elegance and modernity. The main body of the loft offers three distinct seating areas, a dining room with room for a table of 14, and a white lacquer RIFRA kitchen with massive center island. The kitchen has incredible storage, an integrated Sub-Zero refrigerator and state of the art Bosch appliances. There is also a private terrace with piped gas for a barbeque overlooking a landscaped courtyard. Thoughtful touches by the owner include upgraded and darkened wood floors, and a floating wall to create an entrance foyer. Light streams into the home from four exposures.
Currently configured with three bedrooms and three and a half baths, the loft was designed to be a four bedroom home with the fourth bedroom having its own en-suite full bath, and could easily be converted back to its original layout. The three current bedrooms are all oriented to the southern exposure. The oversized master bedroom occupies the southwest corner of the loft with a walk in closet and a sumptuous master bath featuring mosaic marble tile, open dual shower, floating soaking tub and glass enclosed water closet. The second and third bedrooms are flooded with light from oversized industrial windows.
Other details include two storage rooms, customized closets, and a huge laundry room with full sized side-by-side vented washer and dryer, a wall of custom cabinetry, plus an additional entertaining refrigerator.
185 Plymouth was converted in 2014 by the architect Jared Della Valle from a circa 1900 stable to a luxurious condominium offering eight large lofts and two penthouse units. The building offers a well outfitted gym, bicycle room, virtual doorman and video security, and package room. There is central air and industrial finned tubed hot water heating.