Cozy Gramercy Park Co-Op Comes with Its Own Private Garden and Koi Pond
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Cozy Gramercy Park Co-Op Comes with Its Own Private Garden and Koi Pond

May 12, 2015

It’s unusual for a small apartment to come with such a big private outdoor space, but that’s the case at this one-bedroom co-op apartment up for sale at 22 Irving Place. This Gramercy Park pad is cute on the inside, but even better with its 500-square-foot garden. Not only is it beautifully landscaped, with enough space for a table and barbecue, it’s also got its very own koi pond. How much for this little oasis in one of the most desirable neighborhoods of Manhattan? $999,000.

22 Irving Place, co-op, living room

The living room isn’t huge, but it’s definitely cute—there’s a nice, working fireplace, crown moldings and built-in bookshelves. The window looks right out into the garden area.

22 Irving Place, kitchen, co-op. Town

The open kitchen can accommodate both a dishwasher and double oven. (The red tile backsplash and red chandelier are a nice touch.) It looks like the island doubles as counter and table space. There are more built-in cubbies for storage.

22 Irving Place, bedroom, co-op, Town

The apartment also comes with a free storage space, on-site laundry facilities and a live-in super. Unfortunately there’s no included key to Gramercy Park, but who needs it when you’ve got your very own backyard?

[Listing: 22 Irving Place, #1F by Brooke Davida of Town Residential]

[Via CityRealty]


Photos courtesy Town Residential

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