This prewar co-op at 315 East 12th Street, in the East Village, has no shortage of charming apartments: here’s a one bedroom with an outdoor terrace perfect for a barbecue, and here’s another, cozier one-bedroom apartment that hit the market for $535,000 a few months ago. The latest apartment from the building to hit the market is this unit currently configured as a one bedroom with enough space for a second. With a wall of exposed brick and massive windows, it’s up for grabs asking $985,000.
The apartment is located one flight up in the building. The lofty living room runs the length of the apartment and is lined with six nearly floor-to-ceiling windows that face south. The current owners haven’t overwhelmed the space and instead complimented it with modern, clean design.
The open kitchen was renovated to include a custom breakfast bar that offers some extra storage–plus shelving that goes up to the ceiling–as well as grey cabinetry and a stainless steel counter and backsplash.
Located right off the kitchen is the outdoor terrace, large enough to comfortably fit seating.
The south-facing bedroom with more exposed brick has its own walk-in closet and dressing area, as well as an attached bathroom. This bedroom is located off the living room, and the listing suggests a second, smaller bedroom could be carved out of the other corner of the living room. (Check out the alternative floorplan in the gallery below.)
The co-op has a live-in super, bike storage and extra storage available for rent. It is located on a block of prewar architecture between First and Second avenues, just two blocks from the L train at on 14th Street.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : East Village