111 Murray St, 44WEST - TriBeCa, New York
At 2,289 square feet, this exceptional 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom residence with ceilings up to approximately 10'7 comprises an entire half floor, offering expansive north, south, and west-facing views of the Hudson River and beyond. From a private elevator vestibule, a grand set of double doors reveals a formal entry foyer that leads to a breathtaking corner great room with an open kitchen. Floor-to-ceiling glass wraps the gentle curve of this sprawling 22'7 x 22'5 space for exceptional natural light and spectacular north and west-facing vistas. The open kitchen with center island breakfast bar allows for seamless entertaining and intimate daily living alike. Meticulously designed by AD100 designer David Mann, the custom Molteni kitchen offers cerused White Oak cabinetry trimmed in custom soft black metal, Calacatta Borghini marble island with book-matched waterfall, countertop, and backsplash, Dornbracht fixtures in a custom soft black matte finish, and top-of-the-line appliances by Wolf, Miele, and Sub-Zero including a 36-in. refrigerator/freezer, 36-in. 5-burner gas cooktop with built-in canopy hood, integrated dishwasher, wall oven with warming drawer, steam oven, speed oven, wine refrigerator and integrated coffee maker. In the southern wing of the residence, the palatial corner master bedroom suite offers stunning south and west-facing views, a large walk in closet, and master bath with radiant heat floors, travertine stone slab feature walls, and custom white marble slab vanity with Dornbracht fittings and fixtures in a custom soft black matte finish, as well as a freestanding BluStone soaking tub positioned to enjoy open south-facing views through a full-height window, a separate shower and a private water closet. Two additional bedrooms each feature an en suite bath and exceptional light through west-facing exposures. A powder room, utility room with washer and vented dryer, and separate service entrance complete this magnificent residence.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman