$1.56M Soho apartment boasts an envy-inducing backyard
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$1.56M Soho apartment boasts an envy-inducing backyard

October 25, 2016

There’s nothing that makes a New Yorker jealous like a sprawling, decked-out backyard. And this one at 11 Charlton Street in Soho is sure to induce plenty of envy. It’s a 1,000-square-foot “garden oasis” (as the listing dubs it) outfitted with a koi pond, Magnolia trees, two outdoor sheds and a BBQ. With two big windows between the garden and this one bedroom, now asking $1.56 million, the apartment pulls a little of the outdoors inside.


Here’s another shot of that garden, off the ground floor of the co-op building. Talk about a major perk of moving into a ground floor apartment!


Inside, there’s about 750 square feet. The combined living and dining area exits out into the garden and looks out onto the koi pond.


The open kitchen, which has a breakfast bar for some extra seating, is situated right behind the living room.


The bedroom also comes with garden views. It’s a tight space now outfitted with a murphy bed. But there’s an adjacent walk-in closet that’s large enough to be converted to an office space, the listing says.


Charlton Street is only three blocks long, running through west Soho. This co-op building is right on the corner of Varick Street, two blocks south of Houston. It’s not particularly impressive from the outside– apparently its charms are most evident out in the back.

[Listing: 11 Charlton Street, #1C by Frank Seegitz for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]


Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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