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For $2.28M, a classic Tribeca loft with room to renovate

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There’s plenty of original details to work with

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The brokerbabble for this 1,700-square-foot loft in Tribeca encourages prospective buyers to bring their “architect and [their] imagination” to redesign this expansive space into one’s dream home and luckily, there is already plenty in place to work with.

In its current configuration, the $2.275 million co-op features an open floorplan with a gallery that leads into the living/dining area, a contemporary kitchen with a center island and marble countertops; a master bedroom with a walk-in closet, and another room that can work as a guest bedroom or home office (or whatever else one sees fit).

There is no shortage of original details on hand and includes beamed ceilings, cast iron columns, wood floors, hand-carved wooden doors, and a lot of exposed brick. Modern touches can be found in the bathroom, where there is a glass-enclosed shower and limestone floors.

The building in which the loft resides dates back to the 1920s and is home to just nine residences. Maintenance goes for $1,377/month.