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Quirky loft in former Tribeca horse stables wants $4.75M

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The renovated apartment has a mix of vintage and ultra-modern touches

After several years off the market, one of the units in the American Express Carriage House—so known because it was built in 1866 as a stable for horses used by the American Express Company—has returned to the market, with a $4.75 million price tag.

Though this isn’t the unit with its own private pool, it has plenty of its own quirks. The layout is a bit weird—it’s essentially a 2,400-square-foot railroad apartment, according to the floorplan—but it’s gotten a design-y renovation. (That explains the jump in price from when it sold—its current owner snatched it up for $1.9 million in 2012.)

Exposed brick walls in the living room nod to the building’s history, though there are ultra-modern touches, like the chef’s kitchen, or a hallway “illuminated by artistic neon blue lights.”

Still, all of those touches haven’t enticed a buyer just yet—this apartment was first listed last April for $5.195 million, and got a few price chops before being re-listed this week.

American Express Carriage House

60 Collister Street, New York, NY