Check out this listing courtesy of Selling NY veteran Michael Graves of CORE. It's a 4,600 square foot full floor loft at 17 West 17th Street. It's asking a hefty $6,585,000 so all the fancy gadgets and gizmos this place is packed with don't come cheap. What kind of fancy goodies, you ask?
"This remarkably well-designed home offers one the ability to live luxuriously and entertain lavishly. Amenities include: a professional-grade kitchen with 2 custom stainless steel sinks, 2 dishwashers, 2 Bosch ovens, a gas cooktop with a fully ventilated stainless steel Futuro hood, a Bosch warming drawer, a 6-foot wide Subzero refrigerator, a reverse osmosis filtered water tap and a filtered ice machine, a Miele coffee station and custom-designed LUBE cabinetry. Beyond the kitchen is a 2,000 bottle custom built wine cellar suitable for the most discerning sommelier, Vintage View wine racks, backlit LED lighting, an industrial water-cooled cooler and double sheet rock vapor barrier. Other features include: RTI five zone universal video/audio entertainment system, Lutron Homeworks controlled Cable and tech-track lighting, industrial cascade coil and backlit LED window shades with brushed nickel and bronze finishes, cold rolled steel window ledges, quartz stone accent walls, Du Chateau hand scraped hard waxed oak 6-inch plank floors, 10.6-foot ceiling heights and four stunning porcelain, limestone and glass tiled bathrooms." Perhaps a tipster said it best "Last time I checked a “a reverse osmosis filtered water tap” was called a PUR water filter and even my first apartment with its GE fridge was rocking a filter ice maker (do they come any other way?)"
· Listing: 17 West 17th Street Apt. 5 [CORE]