All photos courtesy of Celeste Godoy for The Corcoran Group
This maisonette co-op at 92 Horatio Street in the scenic West Village combines classic loft style and pre-war charm, with hidden perks and expansion potential. Asking $1,750,000, the co-op can easily be re-imagined as a two-bedroom. In its present one-bed, two-bath state, the apartment has a “mezzanine” sleeping loft accessed by a spiral stair.
Throughout the home, you’ll find materials that highlight the cozy, exposed-brick-lined Village vibe as well as high, beamed ceilings and industrial elements like bamboo and stainless steel.
Uniting these themes is the addition of modern architectural amenities like custom built-in cabinetry, suspended shelving, and new hardwood floors. The home’s kitchen and baths are luxuriously updated with modern fixtures and finishes.
In the open living/dining area, there’s enough space to host a feast; the adjacent spacious living room features 12-foot ceilings, exposed brick, and, in a far corner, a wet bar to make entertaining a breeze. There’s sufficient square footage in this “great room” space to create a sizable additional bedroom and more closets, with floor plans provided to illustrate how this might be done.
In the renovated chef’s kitchen, you’ll find a Bertazzoni oven, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Liebherr refrigerator. Framing the appliances are sleek wood cabinets and glass tiles.
The primary bedroom has more built-ins, brick walls, and a clerestory window (the ground-floor apartment isn’t the most light-filled though there are plenty of windows). A contemporary en-suite bath boasts concrete floors, sleek glass tiles, and a separate tub and shower. There is a second full bath on this floor as well.
Access the “mezzanine” level of the apartment via an iron spiral staircase. Though its ceilings are low, it will certainly work as a bedroom, office, or guest space. This loft space has built-in storage closets; another bonus is an adjacent attic for more storage.
There’s a lobby entrance to the apartment in addition to the private street entrance. The boutique co-op building offers a live-in super, a renovated lobby, private storage, and bike storage.
[Listing details: 92 Horatio Street, #1RS at CityRealty]
[At The Corcoran Group by David A. Palmieri and Nathaniel Faust]
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Photos courtesy of Celeste Godoy for The Corcoran Group
Tags : 92 Horatio Street, co-ops
Neighborhoods : West Village