This charming, crisp, and bright top-floor flat has sweet pre-war details, rustic style done right, and renovation where it counts. The one-bedroom West Village co-op at 78 Charles Street is asking $975,000. The bad news: It’s a top-floor walk-up. The good news: A lovely roof deck is just upstairs.
Along with western and northern exposures, the apartment has unique features like a wood-burning stove, plus restored hardwood floors, a renovated bath, built-ins for storage, and historic architectural details like exposed wood beams.
Just inside the front door, a good-sized kitchen looks both functional and stylish.
A built-in office nook is a great use of space and a tranquil work spot. Warm rough-hewn wood shelves await your book collection or anything else you’d like to organize and display.
A gorgeous pair of tall French doors shows off historic flourishes and glass panels. Bedroom windows offer enviable views over the neighborhood’s rooftops and parapets–and a cozy wood-burning stove promises a toasty winter. The building’s shared roof deck is just a few steps up for entertaining and taking in some 360-degree views.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : West Village