Bleecker Street co-op with a custom wall unit and built-in bar asks $895K
This one-bedroom co-op at 77 Bleecker Street–also known as Bleecker Court–has been totally re-imagined by the architecture and interior design firm Mancini. They added a custom wall unit to the living room (with its own built-in bar!), upgraded all the finishes and fancied up a lofted office space. This smartly designed pad in Greenwich Village is now up for sale, asking $895,000.
The living room has dramatic 13-foot-tall ceilings and a large wall of exposed brick. The architects took advantage of all that lofty space and built a wall unit, which separates the living room from the bedroom. Best of all, they managed to integrate a sleek wood bar with tons of cabinet space.
The kitchen, located in a nook behind the office loft, was redone with Italian stone floors, stainless steel appliances and lacquered Italian cabinetry. Those cabinets take advantage of all 13 feet to the ceiling.
Here’s a peek up into the office/lounge space lofted above the kitchen.
The formal bedroom is separated from the living room with sliding, industrial-style doors. Huge windows above the doors keep light streaming throughout the apartment. Inside the bedroom, you have a wall of floor-to-ceiling closets.
The bathroom is located right off the entrance foyer, directly across from a walk-in closet. It’s been renovated and now boasts a custom-made vanity with dual sinks and Carrera marble countertops.
Bleecker Court is full of unique co-op apartments–this one owned by the art director of Free People hit the market earlier this fall for $999,000. The building, which combines old and new architecture, is outfitted with a 24-hour doorman, live-in super, laundry room and storage and bicycle space in the basement.
Photos courtesy of Corcoran