Built in 1896, this 19th century 4804sqft loft with brick, barrel vaulted 13-foot ceilings commands your attention upon entering. Built by DeLemos Cordes with a total of 10 residences, this rarely available, converted loft condominium has 3 (possible 4) massive bedrooms, 3 full baths, plus a powder room with a impressively scaled Great Room measuring 36 x 45. With 5 statuesque cast-iron columns evocative of pre-war grandeur, this private, full-floor loft is perfect for the resident who requires drama and volume. Enjoy impressive entertaining in a vast living room, which has 5 oversized arched windows perched above Greenwich Village, bringing in an abundance of natural light. The floors are covered with rich, mahogany wide-plank wood throughout every room. A discreet wet bar faces a large, open, vented kitchen fitted with the highest-end stainless steel appliances, large eat-in island, custom wood cabinetry, double Viking ovens and cooktop with Subzero refrigerator/freezer. With stunning exposed red brick beautifully lit by inset floor and ceiling pin lights, in this home you can enjoy not only the quintessential loft experience, but a multitude of additional luxuries, such as a 1000-bottle temperature-controlled wine room, central A/C and a Crestron home automation system that controls lighting, shades, and A/C functionality throughout the home. The Master bedroom is adorned with a palatial red brick, vaulted ceiling with corner windows, a separate dressing area and 5-piece spa bath suite with radiant heat, double vanity, oversized stall shower with rain showerhead, and sunken tub. The sprawling secondary bedrooms are both large enough for separate seating areas with en-suite and private bathrooms. Large capacity washer-dryer is fully vented. Astoundingly low common charges and taxes. Freight and passenger elevator available for large-scale art and furniture. The Dandy, located in NoHo, sits at the cross section of Greenwich Village, NYU/Washington Square Park and Soho. In the most vibrant downtown location, 704 Broadway at the epicenter of fashion, historic cast-iron architecture and an exquisite culinary scene. Easy access to multiple important train lines.