Unlike many East Village apartments, noise won’t be an issue for this duplex at 323 East 8th Street. The two-bedroom home sits on the same block as Tompkins Square Park, so there is no through traffic on the street. Asking $1.19 million, it’s been recently renovated with modern finishes but retains classic pre-war features like high ceilings and exposed brick.
The brand new kitchen features custom cabinets with see-through glass doors, offering up lots of storage with a beautiful design. The room is decked out in stainless steel appliances and a Bertazzoni oven. Perfect for the home chef, it also has a large quartz island and countertops from Caesarstone.
The master suite can be found on the lower level. The bedroom includes custom his-and-her closets and exposed brick and beams, as well as an en-suite bath. Making chores a lot easier, a washer-dryer is also located on this floor.
The second bedroom is situated on the main floor, allowing for natural light to shine through the two oversized windows.
Built in 1910, the co-op building at 323 East 8th Street rises six stories and contains 25 units. Because it’s located between Avenues B and C, the many happenings of the East Village sit just steps away.
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