$2.2 Million West Village Artists’ Loft with Tin Ceilings Is Quite the Muse
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$2.2 Million West Village Artists’ Loft with Tin Ceilings Is Quite the Muse

August 1, 2014

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.

799 Greenwich Street #5N, arts cooperative

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.

799 Greenwich Street #5N, arts cooperative

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.

799 Greenwich Street #5N, arts cooperative

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.

[Listing: 799 Greenwich Street #5N by Michael Johnson and Hayim Nommaz of Corcoran]

[via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Corcoran

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