Cozy West Village co-op has pre-war charm and modern amenities for $1.6M
In one of New York City’s most charming neighborhoods, an equally charming apartment is now on the market. The two-bedroom co-op at 211 West 10th Street is an example of what makes the West Village so desirable: it’s attractive and historic but also boasts must-have contemporary luxuries. For $1,595,000, live out your Manhattan pre-war fantasies with the help of exposed brick, crown molding, and tree-top views.
Found just two stories up in the walk-up building, the apartment has undergone a renovation without losing its original flair. From the entry, a hallway leads to the open living and dining space, surrounded by exposed brick walls. Natural light streams in through the south-facing windows, adding brightness and warmth.
Tucked away near the entry is the kitchen, which, despite its tight quarters, would work for any home chef, thanks to the Wolf gas range, Subzero refrigerator, and Bosch dishwasher. A window and white cabinets and tile open up the space. Adding to the convenience is a washer-dryer.
The primary bedroom, which can fit a king-sized bed, can be found off the living room, separated from the space by French doors that help make the space feel larger. The additional bedroom could be used as a guest room, or more comfortably, a home office or dressing room. Notably, it’s the only room with closets.
The pet-friendly building at 211 West 10th Street is one of the oldest co-ops in the city. Pets are permitted, but pieds-a-terre, co-purchasing, and gifting are not. Residents have access to a communal courtyard and basement storage, as well as all the best the West Village has to offer just outside.
[Listing details: 211 West 10th Street, #3D at CityRealty]