Located at the front of the building with two separate full-length French windows overlooking Junin Street, this split-level open loft style apartment features an enormous open living space in its main floor, with 15-foot high ceilings of exposed brick dating back to the building’s original construction.
The living area features full-length French doors opening onto a small balcony overlooking the inner courtyard with a table and chairs for two.
A comfortable sofa with full size pull-out bed is accompanied by two vintage re-upholstered armchairs and a hand woven rug from the Northern province of Salta. Hanging from the ceiling is a massive Louis XVI cut glass chandelier by Claudio Albornoz. The entrance way is adorned by an antique British liquor cabinet.
Beside the living room is a large open American style fully equipped kitchen. An antique carpenter’s bench inlaid with a marble top creates a breakfast buffet with bar stools for three people.
A custom made frosted glass room divider creates unique shelving space for the living area and, on the reverse side, a closet for the bedroom, which creates privacy for the sleeping area.
The main sleeping area contains a custom made four-post king sized bed. Marble topped Louis XV bedside tables and clothes dresser, a circular ottoman, and the building’s original plaster wall moldings create a charming heritage feel to this bedroom. Large triple glass French windows overlook Junin Street. A full-length oval dressing mirror completes the room.
Adjacent to the bedroom is a full bathroom with a large shower stall, an over-sized hand-carved Raul Vidal wall mirror and modern fixtures.
The iron and wood staircase leads to the upstairs loft, which serves as the secondary sleeping area. This is an open space with a built-in sleeper couch for watching television, and a vintage steel working desk and chair. An antique British “Odeon” record player doubles as a television stand. A polished concrete floor is graced with a scatter rug from the Northern province of Salta.