$3,500/month West Village rental is flexible, functional, and fun

Posted On Fri, June 23, 2017 By

Posted On Fri, June 23, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, West Village 

This parlor floor co-op at 135 Perry Street in the West Village is more than meets the eye: Listed as a one-bedroom for $3,500 a month, it’s configured as a studio–and according to the listing, it was once a two-bedroom. So whatever you imagine for the space, it could be a reality. Of course, you’ll have to get permission from the owner as it’s currently being offered as a rental. And we’re guessing the co-op board will need to be involved. If you leave it the way you found it, you’ll still have a stylish if somewhat linear home in a neighborhood everyone’s fighting over.

135 perry street, cool listings, meatpacking district, west village, studios

Co-ops aren’t required to list their size, so you’ll have to guess how much space this “generously sized” floor-through offers. Rustic and bright, with pre-war bones, the apartment looks out on the tree-tops of cobblestoned Perry Street. In addition to a cozy living room with a decorative fireplace and slate mantle, you’ll find a neat white kitchen with a washer/dryer tucked away out of sight.

135 perry street, cool listings, meatpacking district, west village, studios

135 perry street, cool listings, meatpacking district, west village, studios

A cloud-like bedroom is even cozier (we’d imagine the living room and bedroom could be swapped). To make sure clutter stays in its proper place, built-in storage is a priority. You’ll need to get board approval to rent this little gem, so start getting your papers in order.

[Listing: 135 Perry Street #3 by Oliver Gold and Helen Arden for Douglas Elliman]

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