There’s something ethereal about this co-op, now up for rent at 57 Thompson Street in Soho. Maybe it’s the artwork, or the exposed brick that’s been painted white, or the nine-foot ceilings, or the treetop views from the big windows. Simply put, we believe the listing when it says this two-bedroom apartment has a dreamy, peaceful quality to it.
The apartment is located on the fourth floor of an elevator building, in the back which keeps things quiet. The open living room is the first thing you see when you walk in; that leads back toward a kitchen, dining area and a sitting room with a built-in desk. The apartment has three exposures and plentiful windows, allowing light to flow into rooms you’d like to curl up and relax in.
The open kitchen is outfitted with a Viking oven, dishwasher and breakfast bar, located just adjacent to the dining area.
The master bedroom is adjacent to the living room and is pretty much the same size — it’s big enough to easily fit a king bed. The second bedroom, which makes for a whimsical children’s room, can fit a queen.
57 Thompson Street is located on a tree-lined block of West Soho, an area known for its charming cafes and shops. The listing describes the co-op as intimate, which means the neighborhood, building and apartment are all cozy as can be.
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Neighborhoods : Soho