Somewhere along the line, the historic Federal period townhouse at 428 Hudson Street was broken up into four apartments. And now theres’ the opportunity to rent this one, which occupies the townhouse’s entire third floor. If you don’t mind the walk-up, the apartment offers two bedrooms and two bathrooms over 1,200 square feet. The large, open living space is decorated with a fireplace and hardwood floors, while sunshine comes in from exposures to the east and west. For this calm, quiet pad perched atop a West Village townhouse, it’ll cost $6,500 per month.
You enter a large, combined living and dining space lined on one side with windows. The decorative fireplace–the remnant of the early days of this Federal townhouse–anchors the room.
The kitchen (as well as one of the bathrooms) is located off a corner of the living room, and comes with its own window. A granite island provides some separation between the two spaces. Inside the kitchen there are new and shiny appliances, according to the listing.
Both bedrooms, on the other end of the apartment, come with a nice amount of closet space. Windows in both rooms look down onto the townhouse gardens below.
As for amenities, this apartment doesn’t come with many–there’s just a shared laundry room in the basement. But the location is nothing to scoff at, just west of 7th Avenue and a short block from the Hudson River Park. 428 Hudson is part of a quiet, peaceful enclave removed from the bustle of the Village, and this apartment looks like a pretty good spot to soak in the calm.
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Photos courtesy of Town
Neighborhoods : West Village