Brewster Carriage House

374 Broome Street - NoHo / NoLIta

Apartments for sale

Press Check Availability for latest updates

Apartments for rent

Press Check Availability for latest updates

Buildings facts

Units: 
9
Stories: 
6
Green Building: 
No
New Development: 
No
Ownership: 
Condominium
Building year: 
2011 / converted, built in 1856
Developer: 
Little Red House
Architect: 
Architectonics
Pets: 
Pets allowed
Other: 
Pied-A-Terre Allowed
Sublets Allowed

Building Amenities

BBQ
Central AC
Doorman
Elevator
Fireplace
Outdoor Space
Roof Terrace
Some Loft Units
Video Security

Apartment Amenities

General
Hardwood Floors
High Ceilings
Oversized Windows
Pre-war details
Radiant Heating
Smart Home Technology
Terrace
Washer and Dryer
Kitchen
Dishwasher
Eat-in kitchen
Gloss Lacque Cabinetry
Kitchen Island
Stainless Steel Appliances
Top of the line Appliances
Bathroom
Dual Sinks
Glass Shower
Marble Bathroom
Oversized Mirror
Polished Chrome Fixtures
Rain Shower
Soaking Tub
Vanity

Price History & Trends


Rating

Luxury Rating

Building Amenities 68%
Apartment Amenities 98%
Subway Accessibility 100%
Score 81%

Building Pros

  • Central Nolita Location
  • Control 4 Home Automation System
  • Convenient to Shopping and Dining
  • Few Apartments per Floor
  • Good Public Transportation
  • Great Subway Connections
  • Many Romantic Fireplaces
  • Oversized Wet style Soaking Tubs

Building Cons

  • No Concierge
  • No Fitness Center
  • No Garage

Street View

What's happening here?

John Legend buys a $2.5 million Apartment in Chelsea
John Legend at Carriage House 159 West 24th Street
Sunday, 12 Aug 2012
Grammy Award winner John Legend bought a 1-bedroom apartment at The Brewster Carriage House for almost $2.5 million. The apartment is a 1,969-square-foot 1-bedroom, 2.5 bathroom condo which features a roof terrace and convenient in-house parking. John Legend sold his former NYC apartment at 52 East 4th Street for $2.76 million. The...

Schedule a Showing

Brewster Carriage House