Storied setting Bright threads of history weave through Washington Market Loft. Look for carved busts and urns in the master bedroom, while a collection of unglazed pottery form a tableau on the dining table. Tribeca too is layered with history. Although its lofts have been reimagined inside, their detailed facades and latticed external ladders are as denizens past would remember. Take a tour – there are plenty lining the surrounding streets – then return home for a soak in the old-fashioned, claw-footed tub. Time travellers Your hosts travel often, seeking out places that transition between the ages. That’s what drew them to Tribeca too, along with its proximity to the river. ##Look back The open-plan living area is particularly chic, its sumptuous velvet armchairs and antique footstools sitting alongside mid-century coffee tables. And walls are subtle with texture, from the ivory stencilling in the living space to the whitewashed bricks in the bedroom. Flashes of the home's history have been carefully preserved – in the dining room the beams of the ceiling have been excavated, and stained glass gleams above the French doors. But for this home’s glimpses of the past, its look is also fresh – there are warm gray cabinets paired with lilac walls in the kitchen, contemporary monochrome tiles in the bathroom, and a tufted king bed in the master bedroom.
Basin, bath (fitted), toilet
Basin, shower, toilet
Dishwasher, freezer, hob (gas), oven, refrigerator, iPod dock, dining table, din...
Ensuite, king size bed
King size bed, satellite or cable, TV, Hanging rail
Apple TV, DVD player, satellite or cable, TV
Meet & Greet
This home comfortably sleeps two adults, with an additional king sofabed in the sofabed room and an airbed that can be made up upon request bringing the maximum occupancy to six.
While there is no wardrobe in the sofabed room, guests will be provided a hanging rail for their use.
This loft is home to two lovable dogs. While they won't be in residence during guest stays, this home may not not suitable for people with allergies.
While children, toddlers and babies are very welcome, parents should note that this home is not child-proof.
There is currently construction work taking place next door between 9am-5pm.