From the pale pink and seafoam green walls to the lacy fabrics to the flowery decor, this lovely Greenwich Village co-op looks like a life-sized dollhouse. And if you’re looking to play house, the one-and-a-half bedroom at 64 West 11th Street has just hit the market for $1,995,000. Even if you take out the current furniture and accessories, historic details such as original moldings, transoms, shutters, wide-cut wood floors, and glass-paned doors will ensure this apartment retains its vintage charm.
The 1,000-square-foot apartment has a cozy layout, with the entry opening into the spacious living area, off which is the kitchen. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace, two big and bright windows, and enough space for a dining table.
The renovated eat-in kitchen has a cute, country vibe and comes complete with granite counters, cherrywood cabinetry, a dishwasher, an under-cabinet washer/dryer, and a french window overlooking the rear garden.
Through a set of lovely French doors, the living room opens into a small pass-through with a large, walk-in closet, two smaller closets (in addition to the coat closet in the entryway), and the bathroom. From there, the street-facing bedroom is super sunny and spacious. Another set of French doors open into an adjacent room, which is currently set up as a home office/den. This room has three more closets.
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Listing photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village