Located on a tree-lined, cobblestone street in the West Village, an apartment at 131 Perry Street has hit the market for $1.895 million. Currently configured as a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, the home boasts beautiful exposed brick walls and ceilings and a wood burning fireplace. The barrel-vaulted, brick arched ceilings make this a New York City gem, a design element reminiscent of Grand Central Station’s ceilings. This unit is one of 14 lofts in a boutique co-op, located within walking distance to Hudson River Park and the Whitney Museum.
The sprawling pad features unique details in every room, using a mixture of textures and designs. The renovated kitchen comes equipped with high-end appliances and custom cabinetry. The cabinets and the earth stone of the countertops complement one another nicely.
According to the listing, the unit remains in perfect condition, with slight updates needed in the master bedroom. Located on the quiet block of Perry Street, residents in this apartment building can enjoy the bustling happenings of the West Village, including the Abingdon Square Greenmarket, Bleecker Street shops and the High Line.
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All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : West Village