71 Laight St #4D
71 Laight Street, Unit 4D,
Gracious, bright, triple-exposure four bedroom at the Sterling Mason, complete with a private, deeded parking spot.
#4D is a turnkey, triple mint residence that has been customized and upgraded by the owner. Enter through a large gallery foyer and into a grand, 31-foot long northeast living room, overlooking the cobblestone streets of Tribeca through six large windows. The ceiling height is ten feet, accentuating the loft-like feel of the home.
The eat-in kitchen, separated by pocket doors, is designed by Henrybuilt, and features custom walnut cabinetry, marble countertops and backsplashes, and chef's appliances by Sub-Zero, Miele, and Viking, and the six-burner range is vented out of the building. Adjacent to the kitchen is a built-in dining banquette overlooking Laight Street.
There are four total bedroom suites, currently utilized as a den, an office, a child's room and a luxurious primary suite. The primary wing has two built-out walk-in closets, an enormous bathroom with double vanities, a Bianco Dolomiti marble stall shower, and soaking tub and fixtures by LeFroy Brooks. There is radiant heat in all bathrooms.
The home features wide plank white oak floors, multi-zoned central air conditioning, concealed electronic shades, Lutron lighting, Sonos sound, and a powder room.
The Sterling Mason is a renowned Tribeca building designed by Morris Adjmi. It is the result of a conversion of an existing 1906 loft building with a ground-up mirror image building. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, a courtyard garden designed by Deborah Nevins, a fitness center, library, playroom, storage, and bike storage.
The greatest amenity of all is the deeded parking spot that comes with 4-D, directly downstairs off of the elevator from the home.