This sweet little one-bedroom co-op at 82 Horatio Street in just about the most perfect part of the historic West Village has plenty of pre-war charm, a wood-burning fireplace, and a sparkling new renovation. It doesn’t have lots of extra living space, and it’s asking $735,000, but there’s plenty of potential: subletting is allowed upon closing–rare for a co-op–and there are no issues with financing, pieds-a-terre, or any other creative ideas involving in-demand downtown Manhattan property.
The space is bright and gets plenty of light from three huge windows; there’s plenty of storage and great details keep it feeling more jewel box than shoebox. There are hardwood floors throughout, a working fireplace in the living room and floor-to-ceiling book shelves. A newly-renovated chef’s kitchen promises some pretty amazing appliances like a Bertazzoni range, Miele dishwasher, Liebherr refrigerator and an LG combo washer/dryer–but, oddly, the kitchen isn’t pictured.
The bedroom is cozy and bright; a bonus dressing room makes sure your wardrobe has room to breathe–or, like many an intrepid Manhattan couple, you can turn it into a nursery if the need arises.
A pristine and pale bath gets the luxe treatment with Cararra marble floors and the Scandi touch with white subway tile walls. The building allows pets, pieds-a-terre, co-purchasing, parents buying for children, guarantors with approval and 80 percent financing.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : West Village