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Greenwich Village duplex loft bedecked in tasteful wood paneling seeks $3.75M

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This expansive co-op comes with two bedrooms and two bathrooms

Via Douglas Elliman

This Greenwich Village duplex, choc-a-bloc full of wood paneling and exposed brick, is now on the market for $3.75 million. Located on the top two floors of a four-story building on Mercer Street, this expansive, loft-style home comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a massive, private roof deck.

The co-op opens up on to the lower level of the apartment which comes with the living room, the kitchen, and one of the two bedrooms. Some of the standout features on this floor include the high ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, the wide plank hardwood floors, and the automated home theater system, which includes speakers hidden in the walls and ceiling.

The open-plan kitchen here comes fitted with tons of walnut cabinetry, marble counters, a handmade copper hood, and tons of swanky appliances from Miele, Wolf, and Subzero. The four windows on this lower level also ensure that the apartment is filled with light.

The master suite takes up all of the upper level (aside from the roof deck), and can be accessed through a staircase beyond a glass wall, right next to the dining table. The master suite features a walk-in closet with an integrated laundry, and the adjoining bathroom here comes with a steam shower within a frameless glass enclosure. The spacious roof deck is a tiny flight of stairs up from here.

The current owner purchased the duplex in 2010 for $1.77 million, and has carried out a complete renovation of the apartment since. Now it seems like they’re looking to make a neat profit off of it too.