A sunny solarium sets this $1.6M East Village condo apart
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A sunny solarium sets this $1.6M East Village condo apart

September 9, 2020

Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

At first glance, this one-bedroom condo at 407 East 12th Street is pretty standard, from its contemporary interiors to the $1.6 million price tag. But this East Village home is quite special thanks to a duplex layout, sunny solarium, and a landscaped multi-level terrace.

The first floor is a completely open living space. The kitchen has a dishwasher, built-in microwave, gas cooktop/electric oven, wine cooler, and a two-seat island.

The solarium makes a perfect dining room or extra seating area.

The 830-square-foot backyard is completely charming, with a multi-level terrace paved in bluestone with granite inlays. It’s fully irrigated and lit and is pre-wired for a television (hello game nights!). The landscaping includes a wall of ivy, a fountain, and a tree canopy.

Upstairs, the bedroom suite gets plenty of light and views of the backyard through four oversized windows. It has two large closets, one of which is a walk-in, and a vented washer/dryer.

The building was constructed in 2003 and has a total of 27 apartments spread across its five floors. It’s located between First Avenue and Avenue A, right in the heart of the East Village.

[Listing details: 407 East 12th Street, #1RNW at CityRealty]

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Jennifer Diner]


Listing photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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