This full-floor, three-bedroom apartment at 118 Sullivan Street is on a classic stretch of Soho that combines commercial and nondescript with expensive and charming in a way few downtown Manhattan neighborhoods do. The co-op itself, asking $2 million, conveys the same un-fancy classic chic, with spacious rooms, three bedrooms, and an elegant patio.
An open-plan living and dining layout is lit from morning to night from extra large windows and doors overlooking the terrace and gardens below.
The inside dining area is sophisticated as well as welcoming. Weather permitting, dining out-of-doors is an attractive option as well.
A u-shaped kitchen is understated and well-designed with plenty storage and pantry space. High-end appliances include a Wolf stove, a Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, and a Miele dishwasher.
Windows in each of the apartment’s three bedrooms look out over neighborhood treetops. Any of these charming chambers would make a lovely sitting room or office as well. Other welcome additions include an in-unit Miele washer/dryer, wall-mounted A/C and several walk-in closets.
- For under $1M, this Soho co-op has a dreamy urban terrace
- $2,500/month Soho studio fits a lot of storage and charm into 200 square feet
- $625K West Soho co-op is simple and sweet–and the place next door is for sale
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Neighborhoods : Soho