$975K for a flexible East Village co-op with lots of exposed brick
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$975K for a flexible East Village co-op with lots of exposed brick

November 8, 2016

Here’s an East Village co-op with a little room to grow. Located at 71 East 3rd Street, this is a two-bedroom apartment in which a third bedroom could be carved out of the large living room. Otherwise, it’s a charming pre-war apartment with exposed brick in nearly every room, a cast iron tub and four exposures with views out toward the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center. And it’s just hit the market for $975,000.



The living room is currently separated as a living and dining area, but the listing suggests one side could fit a bedroom. We love the space open, though, with the big ceiling arch, exposed brick and a big window that looks into the kitchen.



The kitchen’s been updated with white cabinets and stainless steel appliances. There’s even a small breakfast bar that could provide some extra seating.



Both bedrooms boast big windows and more exposed brick. The master is now separated from the living room with sliding, frosted glass doors.



Here’s a look at the cast iron tub. There’s also a washer and dryer unit in here.

71 East 3rd Street is a cooperative between First and Second avenues. It’s a great location, just a few blocks north of the Second Avenue Subway F stop and right around the corner from the Bowery. The building doesn’t boast many amenities, but does have a bike room and garden.

[Listing: 71 East 3rd Street, #21-22 by Ammad Ahmed for Bond]

[Via CityRealty]


Photos courtesy of Bond

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