By Magaly • Aug 6, 2013
This apartment is located in SoHo, a neighborhood of Lower Manhattan, New York.
The three-bedroom, two-bathroom interior sleeps 3-6 people comfortably, and is available for short-term rental.
All the pieces will fall into place when you step into Spring Street 2, a three bedroom, two bathroom haven, where floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate crisp, clean lines. Chrome fixtures, dark wood, and white walls calculate a mood of reflection, and book-laden shelves and geometric artwork are the proof. Tucked in a tranquil pocket of Soho, you’re only minutes away from the city’s most fashionable galleries, boutiques, and restaurants.
The architects of your stay
Your hosts are architects who have designed beautiful, unparalleled spaces across the city. Their love of learning and travel can be seen in the well-stocked bookshelves, as well as the maps decorating the children’s room.
The elevator opens up into the home, where you’re greeted by an open floor plan to the right. The kitchen gleams with stainless steel and white cabinets, connecting seamlessly with the dining and living areas to make entertaining a breeze. The oversized white sofa, wicker chairs, and tall windows add up to the perfect place to relax or admire the view.
Young travellers chart their course in the children’s bedroom, where maps on the wall inspire curiosity and creativity. A pair of bunk beds are built exactingly into the wall – each bed with its own privacy curtains and built-in shelves. The guest bedroom has a pull-out bed which can convert into a sofa.
The master bedroom maintains the precise lines of the rest of the home. Floor-to-ceiling windows shed light on the inviting bed, which fits into a warmly carpeted recess in the wall. The soothing two-tone ensuite features polished chrome fixtures, a walk-in shower and a large rectangular bath tub that awaits your own “Eureka!” moment.
At the intersection of some of New York’s most enlightening neighbourhoods, don’t miss the cast iron facades of Greene Street, the art deco Western Union Building on Hudson Street, and the 19th century Harrison Street Houses. Tribeca and Hudson River Park are a five minute walk away.”
Photos courtesy of One Fine Stay
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