Cozy $725K co-op in the West Village could be your own ‘Sex and the City’ apartment

Posted On Sat, September 24, 2016 By

Posted On Sat, September 24, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, West Village 

For those who dream about their own “Sex and the City” apartment–and have enough money to snatch one up–here’s a $725,000 co-op from 77 Perry Street in the West Village. The building is located on the same block as the famed townhouse known as Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment. And this one is equally as cute without being massive in size. Ten-foot ceilings and exposed brick painted white look charming, and the windows look out to the historic townhouses that line the street–not to mention the tourist traffic Carrie’s old apartment brings.

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This is a junior one-bedroom apartment in which the living area and bedroom are separated by large sliding glass doors. The glass allows for light to flow in from the large bedroom windows.

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For a small apartment, the master bedroom is well sized and has a large closet.

77 perry street, west village, co-op, kitchen

The kitchen, with its two burners and mini fridge, won’t be an easy one to cook from–but die-hard “Sex and the City” fans might only want their oven to store shoes, anyway.

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77 Perry Street is a six-floor, prewar co-op with an elevator. It’s known for its small apartments and great location in the heart of the West Village. This May, a cozy unit hit the market here for $720,000, and last year another small pad was asking $721,000.

[Listing: 77 Perry Street, #2B by Leah Blesoff for Halstead]

[Via CityRealty]

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