$7.25M East Village Building Boasts Rustic Charm (and 12 Income-Producing Apartments)

Posted On Mon, March 16, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, March 16, 2015 By In Cool Listings, East Village, Interiors, Manhattan

While it’s true this six-story building located at 276 East 10th Street in the heart of the East Village is an incredible investment opportunity, we think the prospect of actually living here offers a different kind of reward. So, we’ll let the accountants and business gurus of the world calculate the financial upside of the rental income derived from the twelve apartments within, and the expansion potential the additional FAR of 2,306 square feet affords—we’re far more interested in the property’s absolutely gorgeous rustic charm that makes it feel worlds away from the city that never sleeps.

276 East 10th Street, East Village

276 East 10th Street, East Village

276 East 10th Street, East Village

A glance into some of the apartments reveals an abundance of exposed brick in its natural state and wide-plank hardwood flooring which combine with oversized large-paned windows to create a wonderfully bucolic effect.

276 East 10th Street, East Village

276 East 10th Street, East Village

Wood-burning fireplaces in brick and mosaic tiles, and fire escapes that magically transform into escapes of another kind as a result of the surrounding greenery, transport you away from Gotham’s typically frenzied pace.

276 East 10th Street, East Village

276 East 10th Street, East Village

This turn-of-the century building near Tompkins Square Park even has a lush rooftop garden with impeccable city views and a sweet backyard perfect for outdoor entertaining.

[Listing: 276 East 19th Street by of Yesim Ak and Daniel Barcelowsky of Misrahi Realty]

Photos courtesy of Misrahi Realty

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