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Chic, asymmetrical loft atop historic Soho buildings seeks $10M

This place is flooded with light thanks to its many large windows and skylights

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Part of a boutique condo development on Spring Street, in Soho, this stylish penthouse benefits from getting tons of light thanks to the development’s large windows and the multiple skylights in the apartment.

The penthouse crowns the combination of 152 and 154 Spring Street, and the latter’s asymmetrical roof can be seen in the living room of the penthouse. A private elevator entrance opens up into this sunken living room, which measures nearly 40 feet in length. The kitchen adjoins this space and comes fitted with appliances by Miele and La Cornue along with a stainless steel kitchen island that has a French lava stone countertop.

The master suite is located on the second level and comes with eight large windows, and an attached master bath that has a free standing tub. There are two additional bedrooms located in the apartment as well.

Yet another flight of stairs up the glass staircase is the apartment’s library with two private roof decks on either side, which together offer up a total of 875 square feet of interconnected outdoor space. All in all, this swanky pad measures 4,143 square feet, and has three bedrooms, and four-and-a-half bathrooms. For all of that, this penthouse is asking $9.95 million.

Though 152 and 154 Elizabeth Street were recently combined, the two structures were built nearly a century apart with the former rising in 1819, and the latter following in 1911, according to the project’s description on StreetEasy.