A bohemian feel imbues the enormous living space that gives Great Room Loft its name. Expertly arranged bookshelves, plants and rugs divide the room up into distinct areas. In the sitting area, you'll find low-slung sofas with patterned prints and large artworks on the walls. On the left side, the master bedroom is also big and bold, with a king-size bed, oversized photographs and a wood-panelled ensuite.
Back across the living space, you’ll find the kitchen, which has transparent navy-blue cabinets. Behind the curved wall to the left of the dining area is a bathroom and pair of bedrooms, decorated with peppy colours. Down the hall you'll find a bedroom with lofted bed, a double bedroom and another bathroom.
This home comfortably sleeps six adults, with an additional lofted double bed, lofted queen bed and trundle bed, that can be made up upon request bringing the maximum occupancy to eleven adults.
While this home does not feature cable, the master bedroom features a TV with a projector and all TVs in the home have DVD players and internet TV.
While there are no wardrobes in the lofted bedrooms, you will be provided hanging rails for your stay.
This home features adult-themed art work.
Location and nearby infrastructure
It was in the 1960s that artists began flocking to a neighborhood south of Houston Street, drawn by the abandoned manufacturing lofts with high ceilings, abundant natural light and most importantly, cheap rent. As the bohemian set refashioned these wrecks into live-and-work spaces, they dramatically transformed the neighborhood too.