It’s tough to find family-sized apartments in downtown Manhattan neighborhoods, but this split two-bedroom co-op in the classic Bakery Building at 42 West 13th Street in Greenwich Village, asking $2.25 million, has room to create a third bedroom. Other people-friendly pluses include a recent renovation, a sunny terrace that spans the length of the apartment, plenty of room for living and dining, zoned central air conditioning, and 10.5-foot ceilings.
The south-facing apartment is fully wired for high-speed internet and has all-new flooring throughout. While there’s plenty of opportunity for reconfiguration, in its current form the many rooms of this sprawling co-op boast subtle hues and moody tones like peach and charcoal.
A thoroughly modern kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a vented range, and colorful countertops and cabinetry. Perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining, a large terrace can be accessed via the living room or master bedroom.
The master bedroom has a huge walk-in closet. A grey-painted brick wall is a sophisticated accent for the richly-hued chamber. Similar dark glamour can be found in the home’s renovated, tiled bathrooms.
The building offers a laundry room, bike storage, and a live-in superintendent. The pet-friendly co-op is also ok with pieds-a-terre, co-purchasing, and gifting.
- CNBC anchor Sara Eisen lists renovated, polished-rustic Chelsea loft for $2.6M
- Fall in love with this elegant two-bedroom co-op, asking $1.85M in the Village
- Free People art director lists boho-chic loft in Greenwich Village for $999K
- My 2,400sqft: Tour two art world professionals’ curated Greenwich Village loft
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village