$2.2 Million West Village Artists’ Loft with Tin Ceilings Is Quite the Muse
The pre-war details of this loft would serve as inspiration to any artist—which is perfect because it just so happens that 799 Greenwich Street is an artist’s co-op. That’s right. Accountants need not apply. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take a peek at this beautiful abode, which is apparently home to a budding young musician.
There’s no shortage of eye-catching details in this two-bedroom, corner apartment. Upon entering, you’re greeted by a flood of natural light, courtesy of a row of windows lining the walls. Beautiful exposed beams guide the eye from the home’s wide-plank cherry wood floors to its elaborate tin ceiling. A cozy kitchen opens up to this living room space, creating a great spot to entertain guests.
The master bedroom, with its painted exposed brick and city views, serves as a quiet retreat on the opposite side of the loft. Additional features include beamed ceilings and windowed bathrooms.
It appears that child musicians are certainly welcome, as are pets. So feel free to bring Garfield and Odie along. We’re sure they’ll love this place too.
Photos courtesy of Corcoran