Custom white lacquered cabinetry framed by dark mahogany trim, a sunny orange accent wall, and a sophisticated yet playful mix of patterns make this Lower East Side co-op cheery and cool. Located on a calm block of the otherwise bustling ‘hood–just a block from the 2nd Avenue F station and well within the mix of trendy and old-school businesses–the convertible two-bedroom is asking a very reasonable $575,000.
The apartment has 9.5-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, and tons of floor-to-ceiling storage.
The lacquer cabinetry carries over to the kitchen, where the mahogany accents are seen on the counters and trim along the ceilings.
The bedroom has a double-rod full closet and a customized built-in hamper. Though not pictured, there’s also a marble, Japanese-style bathroom with a rain shower head and Toto toilet.
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Neighborhoods : Lower East Side