The Captain Joseph Rose House
This gracious floor through condominium in a historic townhouse has been completely gut renovated to offer the perfect blend of 18th century charm with modern amenities.
The entrance opens up to a large dining and entertainment space overlooking a charming cobblestone street through huge west facing windows. The large separate kitchen features a Wolf professional range, Miele and Liebherr appliances and custom-built kitchen cabinetry with Danby marble countertops. The spacious bathroom has been completely remodeled and features THG Paris fixtures. Carlyle wide plank pine floors underscore the high ceilings and generous proportions.
This unit has a separate private entrance directly off the street.
This approx. 1400 sq ft home is currently configured with two bedrooms and an additional custom-built Knoll office with separate library, which can function as a third bedroom.
This apartment offers abundant storage space, six closets in total.
The building is 25 feet wide, has a beautiful roof garden, a laundry room and offers additional storage in the basement. The building is self-managed by the unit owners with an easy approval process.
One of the oldest residential structures in New York City, 273 Water Street has a rich, colorful and extensively documented history. Initially home to a successful merchant seaman Captain Rose, this building as well as the neighborhood proudly carries the character and charm of historic New York City. The Seaport District is home to some of NYC’s newest attractions, including the iPic theater/dining complex and Pier 17. This is an authentic neighborhood with relaxed open spaces, schools and shops, plus a wide range of dining and entertaining options.