$865K Greenwich Village studio is small in size, but big in style

Posted On Thu, December 2, 2021 By

Posted On Thu, December 2, 2021 By In Cool Listings, Greenwich Village

Photo credit: Elizabeth Dooley

Not all New York City studios are created equal, and this one in Greenwich Village, with its functional layout and exposed beams and brick, feels like a cut above the rest. Located at 43 East 10th Street, the co-op has been smartly renovated to include all of the essentials, including a surprisingly large kitchen with a dishwasher, a Sonos home sound system, and access to the shared roof deck. It’s asking $865,000.

The building at 43 East 10th Street sits between Broadway and University Place, between Union Square and Washington Square Park. Designed in the late 19th century, the cast-iron building was home to several publishers, including Lovell, Coryell & Company, the firm that published the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyal, the author of the Sherlock Holmes series, as 6sqft previously noted. The building was converted to co-ops in the 1980s.

By the city’s standards, the studio feels oversized, with a designated living, sleeping, and dining area. The exposed brick walls, wooden beams, and 14-foot ceilings help make the space feel bigger. Historic steel columns are an architectural plus.

A renovated chef’s kitchen features a large center island with space to dine, a dishwasher, and a decent amount of cabinets. Tucked under the steps that lead to the lofted bed is convenient custom-built storage.

Up the wide wooden steps, you’ll find the lofted bed, which feels less stuffy thanks to the full-height ceilings and two small windows. The space also features built-in bookshelves. Building perks include a live-in super, a laundry room, and a shared roof deck overlooking the Lower Manhattan.

The Village location is also hard to beat, with the city’s best restaurants, shopping, parks, and nightlife just steps away in any direction.

[Listing details: 43 East 10th Street, Unit 6A at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Marina Schindler]

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