Asking $1.35M, this chic Village floor-through with a private garden is two studios waiting to merge
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Asking $1.35M, this chic Village floor-through with a private garden is two studios waiting to merge

October 17, 2018

This prime Greenwich Village floor-through home at 19 West 9th Street just off lower Fifth Ave offers a fortunate opportunity: Located on the original garden floor in a row of three adjoining 1870s Italianate townhouses comprising a 16-unit boutique co-op, the space, asking $1.35 million, is currently divided into two studio units. The two apartments had previously been one open floor plan, and rejoining them, according to the listing, is as easy as re-opening a hallway closet to connect front and back.

The apartment has been recently renovated and offers exclusive rights to a sweet private garden. Interior perks include a wood-burning fireplace, 11-foot ceilings and restored hardwood floors.

A fully-renovated sleek grey kitchen overlooks the garden. The kitchen’s designer additions include a ceramic tile floor and custom cabinetry and honed granite countertops.

There are two full baths–a benefit of the merger–plus a washer dryer, exposed brick, and northern and southern exposures.

The total square footage adds up to 900–not too shabby for a Village home with a garden. The extra bedroom means there’s a chance to create a large walk-in dream closet or home office.


Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

[Listing: 19 West 9th Street #1FR by Richard Balzano and Barry Brown for Douglas Elliman]

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