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A backwards glance Behind Tribeca’s modern building facades, you’ll find a neighbourhood with stories to tell – beneath are the exteriors of old converted warehouses, and patches of cobblestoned street still remain. And on one of these coveted blocks is where you’ll find Anthony Place, a modern loft infused with a vintage gentility. Once home to importers of silks and velvets, this renovated space now frames thoughtfully arranged antiques, from the spool end table and copper firewood bucket, to the custom, live edge wooden dining table and Mason jars ready for fresh-cut flowers. Golden age When they're not travelling, your hosts can be found enjoying Tribeca's sought-after restaurants and bars, or jogging on the Hudson River Greenway. You’ll also see memorabilia from their global travels artfully displayed under the glass-topped coffee table. Water under the bridge Knotted pine floors, stately Corinthian columns and distressed original iron shutters are among the original details that give Anthony Place its wistful charm. And there are surprising modern relics too: the antique hockey stadium chair, the porthole mirror and the mid-century side table. When you’re ready to return to the present, take a seat at the breakfast bar and you’ll find the geometrical kitchen – its walls and ceiling lined with glossy subway tiles. Or stretch out on the generous leather sofa around the open and inviting fireplace. After a day spent investigating Tribeca’s boutiques and renowned culinary scene, you can look forward to the bathroom’s free-standing, clawfoot tub and glittering walk-in steam shower. And should you wish to set the mood further, there's a state-of-the-art sound system, remotely controlled throughout this home's every room.