The inspiring vibrant city of New York hides plenty of residential treasures. According to many, Tribeca is one of the top choices when it comes to choosing an apartment in the fashionable city that never sleeps. Amazing lofts, ingenious interior design ideas “trapped” in small apartments, original furnishing and all the luxury you can imagine, sheltered in one place. In case you are thinking of buying an apartment in this exclusive area, here is something that might sound tempting: a two bedroom duplex, located in an 1866 building. The apartment is now for sale, for a staggering price of $ 4.55 million. For those who are interested in acquiring it, Prudential Douglas Elliman is the seller.

Spreading over 1,760 square foot, the apartment is structured on two levels, occupying the sixth and the seventh floor. The two floors are connected through a floating staircase. The impressive glass walkaway offers a better perspective upon the house’s spatiality. Each bedroom comes with its own private terrace, unveiling the vivid and tormented NYC spirit. A particular oasis, surrounded by brick buildings and skyscrapers. An abundance of natural elements populate the living area, from wooden details, carpets made from natural fabrics and pebbles in the bathrooms. The inhabitants connect with the “missing” nature in the privacy of their own home. The bedrooms are guarded by breezy floaty curtains, revealing the horizon of tall buildings and letting the natural light in. Exploring the luxurious details, this is the type of home that makes you forget you are part of one of the most crowded cities in the world.