Cozy Greenwich Village studio with Murphy bed is renting for $3,495/month
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Cozy Greenwich Village studio with Murphy bed is renting for $3,495/month

January 24, 2017

Some smart design maximizes space at this Greenwich Village studio, located at 140 West 10th Street and asking $3,495 a month. The wall and Murphy bed system was designed in Italy by the space saving furniture company Clei, and the system provides a flexible space that can be transformed into either an entertaining area or bedroom.

140 West 10th Street, Greenwich Village tiny apartment, Murphy bed

When the bed is up, you have a comfortable living room with a couch, coffee table and small dining area, with a decorative fireplace surrounded by an exposed brick wall. When down, the studio is transformed into a bedroom.

140 West 10th Street, Greenwich Village tiny apartment, Murphy bed

Although short on space, the studio boasts charm with its 10-foot ceilings, restored exposed brick and pine wood flooring. The kitchen’s been upgraded with new appliances and a “bespoke red clay farmhouse sink,” according to the listing.

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A bathroom tops off this modest space. A renter may not even be spending much time in the apartment given that the building is located between 6th and 7th Avenues, in the heart of the Village, just a few blocks from Washington Square Park.

[Listing: 140 West 10th Street, #1RW by Jason Naggiar for Douglas Elliman]

[At CityRealty]

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