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Hot Property: A Chic Urban Loft in West Village

Come for the killer location, stay for the sleek design. We love this loft's exposed beams, concrete accents, and secluded treetop patio.

If you’re the sort of person who relishes your tree-shaded backyard and your neighborhood chorus of chirping crickets, today’s Hot Property might not be for you. However, if you’re an urbanite who appreciates the buzz of a city and the soothing sound of passing cars, this just may be your dream home.

3699 McKinney Avenue, Unit 586, sits atop the bustling businesses of West Village–Sephora and Francesca’s, to be specific. It’s also steps away from a plethora of other shops, restaurants, and spas, and the Uptown trolley rattles by on the regular.

Regardless of its desirable location, this loft is a gem in its own right. It’s adorned with ultra-modern finishes, from the exposed beams and pipes on its 14-foot ceilings to the wide-plank wood floors. Note the custom shelving in the living room, too, which was constructed from plumbing pipes and brass fittings.

Though ample sunlight streams in through the back wall, Edison bulbs are suspended throughout the loft for ambiance.

The kitchen, designed by Cantoni, feels like the heart of the home. Considering its size, this room offers a copious amount of storage, including a large pantry, two wine fridges, and a waterfall island with built-in drawers.

Though this compact home only has one bedroom, it’s spacious and sleek. There’s a private living area with plenty of room for lounge chairs or a sofa. The sleeping space is defined by a pair of slate gray wall panels and two pendant globes from RH Modern. The roomy master bath includes both a shower and a standalone bathtub and features tiling from Porcelanosa. Finally, the walk-in closet is outfitted with custom cabinetry from Closets By Design.

Though this home’s patio sits directly above a shopping center, you still find a serene sense of privacy. It’s nestled among the treetops and is large enough to host an outdoor gathering. This property also boasts a gym and a pool, and two parking spaces are allotted to the loft’s next owner.

Perhaps the biggest perk: the current owner is hoping to sell their home fully furnished, down to the plates, cups, and silverware. If you appreciate the current styling, you won’t have to lift a finger.

To see more of this urban loft, check out the gallery below.

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