Is this New York City or Greenville? 5 W North is an elegant and graceful pre-war (1892) loft condominium in the heart of downtown Greenville. Steps from the wonderful boutiques, coffee shops and restaurants that bring Greenville's downtown such acclaim. From the roaring twenties, through the psychedelic sixties, this is the first time this grand dame has been publicly offered on the market.
Handsome architectural elements and bespoke features throughout. This unit was totally renovated and meticulously restored. Some of her architectural elements include original herringbone hardwood floors, gorgeous antique moldings and chair railing, antique doors and hardware. Two balconies add to the European flair of this pied-à-terre and bring lots of light into both the living room and the master suite.
A bright living room boasts a gas log fireplace, balcony and those stunning herringbone hardwoods. Dining is adjacent to the kitchen and features a barrel ceiling. The kitchen is a delight with exposed brick, a commercial gas range, walk-in pantry and bespoke features like an antique kitchen island from Paris, and reclaimed marble counters from an old courthouse. En route down the hallway to the master suite, the second bedroom is on the right and to the left, full guest bath and laundry. Bath offers a beautiful tile walk in shower with a rain shower head. The adjacent laundry room has been remastered with quartz counters, a sink and an additional refrigerator for your favorite beverages.
At the end of the hall a 700 square feet mecca of a master suite is ready for refuge. Ample space with a nook for a desk and sitting area below another charming balcony. A gas log fireplace adds to the charm and ambiance. The spacious master bath offers a walk in shower and claw foot tub for relaxing. Two walk in closets round out the master suite.
The real crown on this jewel is the 1,500 Square Foot Rooftop Terrace. Relax with cocktail in hand while taking in the views of the charming W North Street and immediate skyline view surrounding One City Plaza. Enjoy music meandering over from one of the weekly concerts at NOMA Square. This blank canvas could be configured with an outdoor kitchen and terrace or potentially could be built out as a den, office or bedroom and still have plenty of room to enjoy the rooftop.
Other features include hardwired speakers throughout, sprinkler, 2 parking spaces in city garage, new HVAC, new roof, little studio/office space, high ceilings, LOW Monthly HOA/Regime fees (other downtown developments can be $600-800/monthly), and only two condo units in the building.