This Greenwich Village rental apartment at 101 West 11th Street can wear several hats. One on hand, this could be a one bedroom with a living room and a separate dining room. On the other, it could be used as a two-bedroom apartment. Either way, it’s a nice bright apartment with all the New York essentials: big windows, high ceilings, wood floors and a fireplace.
What’s currently being used as a living room — the room with the couch, floor-to-ceiling window and high ceilings — has its own door and could easily double as a second bedroom, the listing says. Given the size of the space, not to mention details like built-in shelving and a fireplace, it would make for quite the impressive bedroom.
If the living room becomes the bedroom, what’s currently being used as the dedicated dining area (pictured above) could be converted to the living room.
Even the eat-in kitchen is spacious enough for some flexibility, if you wanted to add shelving, a wine rack or bar area.
The bedroom is located right off the living room and has its own wall of closets. The bathroom, off the kitchen, has a clawfoot tub and its own washer/dryer.
You can’t really beat the location of the building, right on the corner of West 11th Street and Avenue of the Americas. From here, it’s short walk to both the West 4th Street and 14th Street subway hubs, not to mention all the bars, restaurants, cafe and street life of the Village. Looking for a crazy night out or a low-key dinner at a quiet restaurant? You got it — the neighborhood is just as flexible as the apartment!
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Photos courtesy of Keller Williams
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village