If you’ve got a green thumb–or you just like a stroll in the garden–this unusual duplex co-op at 361 West 30th Street in Midtown West is a dream come true. Though it’s situated near the northern entrance to the High Line on a lovely tree-lined block, there’s enough greenery and outdoor infrastructure just out the door of this convertible-two-bedroom home to keep a park fanatic busy.
The listing calls this third-floor walk-up “fantastic and fanciful,” and we can see why; though there are few interior pictures and no floor plan included, what we can see is as verdant inside as outside. With a double-decker garden deck and a balcony with a view of the Empire State Building just outside the window, we’re guessing sunlight isn’t a problem, though staying indoors might be. The apartment’s lower level has been divided into an open kitchen/living room, a small bedroom, full bath, and large walk-in closet. If you require more living room and less bedroom, just convert the space to its former layout. Stairs lead to a sun-filled upstairs bedroom and a second bath, and, naturally, garden views. It’s not all outdoor living here, though, with a washer/dryer and central air conditioning.
The co-op’s three outdoor spaces include, on the first level, a greenhouse with removable walls, a fish pond, an outdoor shower, unobstructed southern views and established shrubbery and trees.
The upper level boasts 400 square feet of roof deck beneath a pergola that’s perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining. If you want your indoor space to match your outdoors, the one-bedroom apartment next door is also available for a three-bedroom, three-bath dream combo.
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Images courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Tags : 361 West 30th Street
Neighborhoods : Midtown West