This Dumbo loft, in a converted warehouse at 185 Plymouth Street, is giant, with 13.5-foot ceilings and nearly 3,000 square feet of space. It’s awfully nice as well, with exposed timber beams and posts, massive windows, and a view that takes in the Manhattan Bridge, the river and the city skyline.
The living room, dining room and kitchen are open plan, as you’d want from a loft, and it makes for a vast and striking space. The bedrooms — three of them — reside at the opposite end. Respectable in size, they feature exposed brick, floor-to-ceiling windows and more of those wooden beams.
Two have walk-in closets, including the master, which also has an en suite bath with dual sinks. There’s a second full bath as well a powder room.
The kitchen is sleek and white, with lacquered cabinets, a center island and a SubZero fridge. The listing, from Karen Heyman and Alan Heyman of Sotheby’s, speaks of a “huge pantry and dropdown stairs to access storage above” — presumably that’s in the same space that houses the washer and dryer.
The 10-unit building, which was converted into lofts a few years back, offers a “virtual doorman,” package room, gym and bike storage. Entrance to the unit is via a keyed private elevator.
The ask is $4.59 million; on top of that hefty sum, the owner will pay $2,185 in taxes and $1,278 in common charges every month.
Think the price is on target? How do you like the space?