In Greenwich Village’s 1 Sheridan Square, this fifth-floor studio offers a compact slice of pre-war Manhattan for under $1 million. The lofted condo unit is quite small but would be a quality crash pad for a buyer with a tight budget set on the prime location.
The unit has a custom loft, with a living room nook beneath what is likely an overhead sleeping area, although it is not pictured in the listing. There’s a full wall of triple windows offering a sky-filled view, and according to the listing the ceilings, which are also not pictured, are vaulted.
The compact kitchen has a mix of built-in shelving, a mini fridge tucked under the only countertop, a shallow sink and a dated stove with two rustic, overhead cabinets.
The white tiled bathroom features a tub, glass shelves, flourescent light and a vintage medicine cabinet with mirror.
The eight-story corner building has 45 units, an elevator, superintendent, video intercom, and laundry. It’s just over a block from the Christopher Street 1, 2 and 3 stations.
In addition to its $850,000 price tag, the unit’s new owner will also be subject to $324 in common charges and $434 in taxes every month.
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Images courtesy of Eastpointe Residential.
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village