Book-filled East Village home hits the market for the first time in 36 years, asks $1.1M

Posted On Thu, January 10, 2019 By

Posted On Thu, January 10, 2019 By In Cool Listings, East Village, Interiors

On the market for the first time in 36 years, this three-bedroom co-op at 53 Saint Marks Place just hit the market for $1,100,000. Located in the heart of the East Village, the spacious 1,250-square-foot unit boasts plenty of tasteful improvements and comes with lots of storage solutions for book lovers and their collection.

53 St Marks Place, East Village

53 St Marks Place, East Village

53 St Marks Place, East Village

The apartment is a floor-through unit with a south-facing living room on one end and a north-facing kitchen and dining room on the other. The kitchen features wood cabinetry and plenty of built-in shelving to cover all your storage needs, while a separate dining area will cover your entertaining needs. Adjacent to the kitchen is also a small laundry area decked out with a Bosch washer and dryer.

53 St Marks Place, East Village

53 St Marks Place, East Village

53 St Marks Place, East Village

Bridging the living and dining areas is a custom wood paneled, built-out space that houses the master bedroom and an office space/den. Frosted windows and sliding doors allow light in while maintaining a sense of privacy and making the most of the railroad layout. There’s an additional small bedroom tucked next to the living room, currently painted a vibrant red, that is perfect for a twin bed.

The building is a quaint five-unit, self-managed walk-up. It’s known to be “pin-drop quiet” in an otherwise bustling neighborhood, so you can enjoy everything the East Village has to offer without sacrificing your sanity.

Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this post incorrectly reported that this apartment was owned by art critic Peter Schjeldahl. 6sqft regrets the error.

[Listing: 53 Saint Marks Place, #4 by Karen Zelermyer, Sarah Zelermyer-Diaz, and Marc Karavasian of Douglas Elliman]

[At CityRealty]


Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : East Village




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