Art lovers, take note.
A three-bedroom, two-bathroom Noho loft is on the market for $4.75 million.
It’s in the same landmarked building where famed contemporary artist Francesco Clemente has a full-floor studio on the second floor — and where he worked through the pandemic.
The 10th-floor co-op is 3,100 square feet. Details include an open living/dining area, maple and oak wood floors, wood-framed windows and 10-foot-2-inch ceilings.
The sellers, Anthony Curtis and Kathleen Hardy, bought it for $2.87 million in 2006.
The 12-story building features key-locked elevators and dates to 1904.
The listing brokers are Triplemint’s Wendy Juan and Tami Kurtz.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.