Situated on a gorgeous tree-lined Village block, this full-floor co-op at 68 West 11th Street has the charm of an historic townhouse and the cool factor of a spacious downtown loft. A stylish and space-conscious renovation adds to the good looks of this third-floor walk-up, and a big skylight brings in plenty of light.
An open living space with 13-foot ceilings is anchored by a wood-burning fireplace. A row of windows overlooks the Village street below.
A well-designed kitchen integrates top-of-the-line appliances, custom cabinetry and stainless steel countertops. A free-standing island multi-tasks with a cooktop and oven, full-sized sink and industrial task lighting.
The apartment’s two bedrooms have whitewashed brick walls and ample closets including a huge walk-in, and exposed wood beams add loft charm. The bath offers the luxury of marble and wood framed by sleek white subway tile and chrome fixtures. The home also offers a washer and dryer tucked away in the hall, private storage and low maintenance charges.
[Listing: 68 West 11th Street #3 by Frances Katzen for Douglas Elliman]
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Tags : 68 West 11th Street, co-ops
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village