Here’s a cute new listing at 92 Horatio Street, asking $1.349 million. A West Village location is already pretty idyllic. Add charming details like exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, and lots of light, and you’ve really hit the jackpot. But this quaint co-op’s most prized feature is definitely the romantic private garden.
Step inside to find a bright living room with 11-foot ceilings and a decorative fireplace. The oversized window and handcrafted doors are responsible for all the natural light, but those doors are also a built-in conversation piece. As you’re leading your friends to the private garden, you can casually let them know the doors were originally built for an Argentinian art school. By the time someone thinks to ask you how they ended up in your personal home, they’ll already be distracted by climbing ivy and lush greenery of the spacious 23 x 23-foot private garden.
The master bedroom has two more large windows, giving you a perfect garden view. The bedroom also has plenty of closet space, supplemented by the walk-in closet in the foyer… and the other closet next to the bathroom… and apparently there’s extra storage above the kitchen. But in case you want to stuff an entire California mansion into this apartment, there’s backup storage in the basement, along with a bike room and on-site laundry facilities.
92 Horatio Street is a boutique elevator building in the West Village. The coveted co-op recently underwent a complete overhaul, and now sports a new lobby and hallway. Restaurants, cafes, and neighborhood gems like the High Line and the new Whitney Museum are just steps away.
Photos courtesy of Town Residential
Neighborhoods : West Village