Rare Pre-War Gem
- 3 Beds
- 3 Baths
- 2110 Sq. Ft.
- Balcony / Terrace
- Washer Dryer
A rare prewar gem in the sought-after Far West Village, 35 Bethune Street, Maisonette C is an impressive three-bedroom, three-bathroom triplex located in the coveted Pickwick House Condominium. Ideally situated on a quiet, tree-lined block between Washington and Greenwich Streets, the residence has been exquisitely updated throughout, and boasts unparalleled volume and original details across three levels. With over 2,100 square feet of interior living space and multiple outdoor areas, this exceptional home offers townhouse living in a boutique prewar condominium loft building.
Upon entering on the first level, one is first struck by the soaring 24-foot ceiling that spans all three levels and showcases the original wood beams and joists at its pinnacle. On this level, the living room features a wood-burning fireplace, bar, and multiple built-in shelves, and opens to a private patio that is pin-drop quiet and provides the perfect space for al fresco entertaining. Additionally, there is a large bedroom with views onto the patio, a spacious home office area with ample built-in storage and shelving, and a full bathroom finished in marble with a glass-enclosed shower and Nuheat radiant floor.
On the second level, a tastefully designed Bulthaup kitchen opens to the large dining room which overlooks the bright and airy living room. The kitchen is appointed with granite countertops and premium appliances including a Sub-Zero refrigerator, Gaggenau cooktop, and Miele oven and dishwasher. Also on this level is another bedroom with custom built-ins, and a full bathroom.
Crowning Maisonette C on the third level is a private master retreat. Along the hallway is a large cedar-lined walk-in closet with built-in shelving, a second spacious closet, and a full-length glass wall overlooking the two floors below. The spacious master bedroom has its own private terrace, offering indoor-outdoor living at its finest. The en-suite, spa-like bathroom is clad in marble and has a large soaking tub with chrome Dornbracht fixtures and a separate Mr. Steam shower. Heated floors and a double vanity complete this space.
Other noteworthy highlights of this home include 5inch, wide plank maple flooring and built-in speakers throughout, four separate central AC zones, a GE Profile washing machine and Miele dryer, and a private service entrance.
The historic Pickwick House Condominium at 35 Bethune Street is an intimate six-story converted loft factory building with a stately brick facade. Originally constructed in 1886 by Gustavus Isaacs, the address was formerly home to Charles F. Biele & Sons Co. and the Pickwick Paper Company. 35 Bethune is now one of the few residential prewar condominium properties in the Far West Village with only 22 residences and an elevator. The lobby is adorned with vintage photography of classic village scenes, a chandelier, and a beamed ceiling signature to many of the residences. Abingdon Square, Bleecker Playground, the Hudson River Greenway and Whitney Museum of American Art are moments away.