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273 WATER STREET, #3R

$1,849,999

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2

Beds

1.5

Baths
Convertible Space

ID #: 1010
Property Type: Condo
Approx. Size: 1,424 SqFt
Availability: Immediately
Common Charges: $1,224
Taxes: $2,001
Floor: 3
Stories: 4
Total Rooms: 6
Pet Policy: Pets OK


Building & Unit Features

  • Laundry
  • Storage
  • City View
  • Convertible
  • Dining Room
  • Dishwasher
  • Duplex
  • Fireplace
  • Garden
  • Hardwood
  • Live Work
  • Microwave
  • Original Details
  • Outdoor Space
  • Private Deck
  • Renovated
  • Stainless Steel Appliances
  • Walk In Closet

  • Own a piece of history! Rare opportunity to enjoy living in an iconic building in the historic Seaport District. This spacious true 2 bedroom/ convertible 3 bedroom duplex condominium in the storied Captain Joseph Rose House offers 1,424 square feet of impeccably-designed living space along with a prized private outdoor rooftop. Quick and easy purchase process with no Board approval required.

    The expansive downstairs level is perfect for entertaining with wonderful light-filled open living quarters, a beautiful decorative fireplace, separate dining area, and sleek, finely-renovated modern chef's kitchen. Occupying the upper level are both generously-sized bedrooms along with a full bath, and large bonus space that makes a great home office or sitting area. The private, gated rooftop oasis provides hours of outdoor enjoyment whether you want to relax, dine al fresco or host a fabulous party. Gorgeous hardwood floors, painted exposed brick walls, and premium finishes and appliances lend an elegant flair. Closet and storage space are abundant throughout, and central air keeps the climate cool and comfortable in summer. Washer and dryer permitted. Potential to convert to 3 bedroom home with additional bathroom.

    New York City’s third oldest building, the legendary Captain Joseph Rose House at 273 Water Street, standing 4 stories tall and 25 feet wide, was built circa 1773 by Joseph Rose as his private residence. In the 19th century, the building was converted to commercial space and used as a cobbler shop, apothecary, and then a boarding house before the Civil War. In 1863, it became a dancehall, and later was used as a warehouse before its transformation into 4 luxurious residences in 1998. This unique self-managed condominium offers a landscaped common roof garden, laundry room, basement storage, low monthly common charges.

    The coveted neighborhood melds an era of historic charm with modern-day allure, offering a wide variety of shops, eateries and public transportation minutes away. Pier 17, iPic Theaters and restaurants inspired by world-class chefs like Jean-Georges Vongerichten and David Chang make the Seaport area downtown’s most premier cultural, culinary and retail destination.

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    Nearby Subways

    • A C J Z 2 3 4 5 William St & Fulton St (~0.29 mile)
    • J Z 4 5 6 Nassau St & Frankfort St (~0.31 mile)
    • 2 3 William St & Cedar St (~0.41 mile)
    • R Broadway & Warren St (~0.45 mile)
    • A C E 1 2 3 Park Pl & Broadway (~0.45 mile)

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