$721,000 West Village Apartment Has a Cozy Floorplan With the Kitchen in the Living Room

Posted On Thu, October 29, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, October 29, 2015 By In Cool Listings, West Village 

Sure it’s not in the seven-figure category, but $721,000 is no drop in the bucket, and that’s exactly what this very cozy one-bedroom with the barely-there kitchen smack in the middle of the living room is asking. What it lacks in space and appliances, it makes up for in brick walls and dark-stained maple floors, three closets, and chic decor. The location helps, too; it’s on the picturesque “Sex and the City” block at 77 Perry Street and “overlooks and clears the beautiful townhouses across the street with open views reminiscent of a Hopper painting,” according to the listing. So, would you trade in your pots and pans for this “rare opportunity to own on the most coveted block in the West Village?”

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To maximize the limited floor area, the current owners have installed attractive rustic-looking shelving around the top of the walls, taking advantage of the ten-foot ceilings. Their choice of mid-century modern furniture (we’re loving the console and coffee tables) definitely adds a great deal of spunk.

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The bedroom is almost as big as the living room-kitchen combo, and features the same brick walls, wood floors, and shelving. The gallery wall is a nice touch to break up the brick, and two large windows bring in plenty of sunlight (which hopefully finds it way to the other room, too). So, what do you think, is the West Village charm worth becoming a daily Seamless orderer?

[Listing: 77 Perry Street, 4A by Kirk Rundhaug and Paige Neuhauser of Douglas Elliman]


Photos via Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : West Village

  • NR

    Get rid of that closet and open up the kitchen!

  • designnerd

    cute by teensy. the kitchen is actually perfect for a single… who really cooks anymore?



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