This split-level loft apartment boasting 2,240 square feet and soaring ceiling heights –over 14-feet — is what New Yorkers expect to find in TriBeCa.

Expansive living room

On the market, a cast-iron building from 1858 that was fully renovated and converted to a condominium in 2008. The home offers 3 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. A key-locked elevator complemented by a custom walnut sliding door welcomes you into this spacious home.

Kitchen long breakfast bar

The sun-drenched and expansive living room facing south is big and open with a substantial dining area, floor-to-ceiling windows, high-beamed ceilings, exposed brick walls and wood-burning fireplace. An impressive, contemporary kitchen features custom cabinetry, marble counter tops, beautiful glass backsplash, Sub-Zero refrigerator, Wolf range, Miele dishwasher, and long breakfast bar.

A peaceful retreat upstairs, the master bedroom suite has a large walk-in closet and serene spa-like bathroom with a deep soaking tub, glass-enclosed shower, and double sink marble-top vanity.

Both of the lower level bedrooms are over-sized and there are two full bathrooms (one of which is en-suite) plus a big closet by the stairs. Stunning hardwood floors, recently purchased LG washer & dryer, ADT alarm system, and separate thermostats in each room for AC & heat complete the home.

With just 5 units in the building, 119 Chambers Street ensures privacy. Key locked elevator, large room-sized private storage in the basement, onsite gym, and pet-friendly attitude. Convenient to subways, high-end boutiques, fine dining, charming cafes, gourmet grocers, and parks.

For more, contact Louise Phillips Forbes.

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