320-square-foot West Village studio asks $500K after a crisp designer renovation
Listing images by DDreps – Hayley Day
A gut renovation transformed this West Village studio into an efficient space with custom built-ins throughout and a breezy palette of bright white, exposed brick, and maple hardwood. Located at 118 Perry Street, a largely residential street famous for housing Carrie Bradshaw’s home, you’ll be right in the heart of the West Village and steps away from everything the neighborhood has to offer. The petite pad is a smart investment—it last sold in 2015 for $375,000, and just hit the market for $499,000.
The centerpiece of the main room is the fireplace framed by white marble and floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves. A color-coded collection of books and art objects bring pops of color to the otherwise crisp white walls. The bed is placed against the north wall. Behind the bed, you’ll find a deep L-shaped closet where you can keep things tucked away behind sleek sliding doors.
On the other end of the main room is a small kitchenette with south-facing exposure that brings light to the whole apartment.
The white palette continues in the bathroom, which gets a pop of character with a charming full wall of exposed brick. A large soaking tub is right next to a window that was frosted for privacy. The small but spa-like space is decked out with Axor fixtures, a Toto toilet, and a heated towel bar.
Years ago you would have seen throngs of Sex and the City fans flocking to Perry Street, which was made famous as the real site of Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment just a couple blocks down from here at 64 (and later 66) Perry Street. These days, the crowds have subsided and the street is known as a quiet residential area.
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Images by DDreps – Hayley Day; courtesy of Compass