Yes, that’s a magic carpet hanging from the ceiling of this SoHo co-op… or at least we’re pretty sure it is. This apartment, located at 11 Charlton Street, is actually full of quirks. Besides the ceiling decor, a sliding partition separates the living room from the bedroom transforming this from a studio to a one-bedroom apartment. Outside, a koi pond sits in the spacious, 700-square-foot private garden. This unit has been on and off the market for about a year now, asking as high as $1.795 million. Now it’s back on with a new listing price of $1.55 million.
This apartment is something between a large studio and a one bedroom. Slide the partition open and you’ve got one big, open space. Close it and you’ve got immediate privacy between the two rooms.
Both spaces have large windows looking out to the private garden. The bedroom was designed with a wall of built in storage, and the option to pop the bed up and create a larger living room.
A modern, stark white kitchen offsets the brick-walled living space. It was renovated with stainless steel Viking and Miele appliances, a breakfast bar and custom chandelier lighting.
Of course, the main attraction is the 700-square-foot terrace. A glass door from the living room leads you out to this green, landscaped oasis with a koi pond, two cedar sheds and accent lighting. The paved patio offers plenty of room to plant and barbecue.
This apartment is located on the first floor of 11 Charlton Street, a prewar co-op built in 1910 now with 20 units. (You can see the floorplan in the gallery below.) It’s pretty low on amenities, just a laundry room and intercom system, but the location is prime SoHo. Located between 6th Avenue and Varick Street, you’re a two-block walk to the 1 train at Hudson Street.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Soho