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Bleecker Court at 77 Bleecker Street in the Village/Noho is mid-20th-century modernist in appearance, but it’s a neighborhood classic. This “loft” apartment has benefitted from a recent gut renovation and, asking $650,000, is 21st-century-ready. The home’s designer/owner created a magazine-worthy interior within the open, airy space, making the best of high ceilings and a wall of windows overlooking Mercer Street.
The apartment boasts custom millwork throughout; a paneled feature wall highlights the living area. The clean, minimal aesthetic continues in the smartly-designed kitchen, where a Bertazzoni stove, custom Shaker cabinets, and quartz countertops add function to style.
The bath boasts a cast-iron bathtub and a marine-grade teak ceiling.
An integrated Murphy bed gets folded away when it’s time to entertain. Wide plank hardwood floors, custom closets, recessed lighting, and custom motorized window treatments round out the compact, attractive picture.
A lofted area sits above the sleeping nook, with room for office space and living. The pet-friendly, full-service building offers a 24-hour doorman and a live-in superintendent.
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