25 Leonard Street, 1

Tribeca   |   West Broadway & Hudson Street

Price Drop
Condo [Voice Intercom]
$ 3,750,000 [ 6.2% | $ 248,000 ]
Rooms 6
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Status Active
Real Estate Taxes [Monthly] $ 2,127
Common Charges [Monthly] $ 1,908
Listing ID: 66914

Property Description

Welcome to a Tribeca duplex unlike any other on the market. Located in a historic building on a quaint Belgian block stretch of Leonard Street, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom stunner features a private patio, chic designer style and extraordinary architectural details throughout.

Enter this beautifully renovated home to discover more than 2900 square feet of classic Tribeca charm - exposed brick, wide-plank hardwood floors and 12-foot-tall beamed ceilings. To the right, the south-facing living room invites you to relax in front of a wood-burningfireplace and sleek built-in cabinetry. A concealed door opens to the building's front loading dock, providing a wonderful connection to the gorgeous, quiet, Tribeca streetscape outside. The formal dining room invites lavish entertaining alongside beautiful wall-coverings, a designer light fixture and a handsome custom bar.

Step up to the expansive new chef's kitchen from SevenTenDesign - where bold black cabinetry runs alongside open shelving and snow-white countertops. A farm sink and upscale appliances make cooking and cleanup a breeze. The delightfully warm built-in breakfast nook, and massive waterfall island/breakfast bar provide abundant space for casual meals and conversation. Step through beautiful glass doors to enjoy al fresco entertaining and lounging on the 196-square-foot private patio trimmed in stunning barn doors. Off the kitchen, a pocket door reveals a handsome bedroom/home office with terrace views. A full bathroom with a frameless glass shower, marble vanity and gold fixtures completes this level.

Head downstairs to discover the utterly tranquil owner's suite adorned with walls of arched brickwork and beams contrasted with contemporary lighting and wallpaper. In this palatial sanctuary, a walk-in closet attends to storage needs while the en suite bathroom dazzles with floor-to-ceiling tile, a soaking/tub shower with a bench, and a double trough sink vanity. Within the owner's suite, a grand archway and double doors open to a sun-filled room topped by the patio's bright vault lights above. This flexible space is ideal as a nursery, home office or gym.A massive laundry room on this level boasts beadboard cabinetry, marble counters, a farm sink, a hanging rod, a side-by-side Bosch washer and dryer and a full-size wine refrigerator. Two storage rooms and a separate entrance add convenience and ease to this luxurious warm Tribeca home.

Built in 1876 by prolific architect John. G. Prague, 25 Leonard Street is a handsome red-brick Neo-Grec building with cast-iron columns and a classic diamond-plate loading platform. The structure was originally built for Walter B. Lawrence, a member of the Board of Governors of the New York Stock Exchange at the time. Residents of the pet-friendly building enjoy central HVAC and basement storage.

Located within the Tribeca Historic District, this home offers easy access to charming Finn Square and 500 acres of waterfront outdoor space and recreation at Hudson River Park. Enjoy Tribeca's best restaurants, including Locanda Verde, Frenchette, Mr. Chow and Bubby's, or stroll to Whole Foods or the year-round Tribeca greenmarket. Transportation couldn't be easier with A/C/E, 1/2/3, J/Z, N/Q/R/W and 6 trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations all nearby.

The taxes reflect the condo abatement for primary residence
Welcome to a Tribeca duplex unlike any other on the market. Located in a historic building on a quaint Belgian block stretch of Leonard Street, this two-bedroom, two-bathroom stunner features a private patio, chic designer style and extraordinary architectural details throughout.

Enter this beautifully renovated home to discover more than 2900 square feet of classic Tribeca charm - exposed brick, wide-plank hardwood floors and 12-foot-tall beamed ceilings. To the right, the south-facing living room invites you to relax in front of a wood-burningfireplace and sleek built-in cabinetry. A concealed door opens to the building's front loading dock, providing a wonderful connection to the gorgeous, quiet, Tribeca streetscape outside. The formal dining room invites lavish entertaining alongside beautiful wall-coverings, a designer light fixture and a handsome custom bar.

Step up to the expansive new chef's kitchen from SevenTenDesign - where bold black cabinetry runs alongside open shelving and snow-white countertops. A farm sink and upscale appliances make cooking and cleanup a breeze. The delightfully warm built-in breakfast nook, and massive waterfall island/breakfast bar provide abundant space for casual meals and conversation. Step through beautiful glass doors to enjoy al fresco entertaining and lounging on the 196-square-foot private patio trimmed in stunning barn doors. Off the kitchen, a pocket door reveals a handsome bedroom/home office with terrace views. A full bathroom with a frameless glass shower, marble vanity and gold fixtures completes this level.

Head downstairs to discover the utterly tranquil owner's suite adorned with walls of arched brickwork and beams contrasted with contemporary lighting and wallpaper. In this palatial sanctuary, a walk-in closet attends to storage needs while the en suite bathroom dazzles with floor-to-ceiling tile, a soaking/tub shower with a bench, and a double trough sink vanity. Within the owner's suite, a grand archway and double doors open to a sun-filled room topped by the patio's bright vault lights above. This flexible space is ideal as a nursery, home office or gym.A massive laundry room on this level boasts beadboard cabinetry, marble counters, a farm sink, a hanging rod, a side-by-side Bosch washer and dryer and a full-size wine refrigerator. Two storage rooms and a separate entrance add convenience and ease to this luxurious warm Tribeca home.

Built in 1876 by prolific architect John. G. Prague, 25 Leonard Street is a handsome red-brick Neo-Grec building with cast-iron columns and a classic diamond-plate loading platform. The structure was originally built for Walter B. Lawrence, a member of the Board of Governors of the New York Stock Exchange at the time. Residents of the pet-friendly building enjoy central HVAC and basement storage.

Located within the Tribeca Historic District, this home offers easy access to charming Finn Square and 500 acres of waterfront outdoor space and recreation at Hudson River Park. Enjoy Tribeca's best restaurants, including Locanda Verde, Frenchette, Mr. Chow and Bubby's, or stroll to Whole Foods or the year-round Tribeca greenmarket. Transportation couldn't be easier with A/C/E, 1/2/3, J/Z, N/Q/R/W and 6 trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations all nearby.

The taxes reflect the condo abatement for primary residence

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

A/C
Washer / Dryer

Outdoor

Balcony
Private Garden
25 Leonard Street Tribeca New York NY 10013

Building Details [25 Leonard Street]

Ownership Condo
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Keyed Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 179/7502
Zoning C6-2A
Building Type Loft
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1930
Floors/Apts 6/6

Building Amenities

Private Storage

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