This $1.195 million co-op at 9 East 13th Street just off Fifth Avenue is a classic vintage downtown Manhattan loft updated for the 21st century. In a bustling spot at the crossroads of old and new near NYU and Parsons and between Union Square and Washington Square Park, the building may be old but as with most lofts, this bright one-bedroom home’s interiors are filled with light and lots of white, brick and pale wood. And this particular loft has the distinction of having an impressive amount of private finished outdoor space perched above the Village scene.
Inside you’ll find 14-foot ceilings, cast iron columns and exposed brick walls. The co-op’s bedroom floats atop a spiral staircase in a lofted space above–and open to–the living and dining area–not the most private of spaces, and a less-than-convenient trip downstairs to the bath.
The kitchen is both modern and loft-appropriate, with clean wood cabinets that reach the ceiling, stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops plus more brick and plenty of sunshine.
Like the kitchen, the bathroom is cool, simple and modern.
It’s hard to find fault with a brick-paved, planted patio with plenty of room for dining and dancing just beyond your living room. There’s an in-unit washer dryer and what looks like some serious air conditioning, the elevator building offers a full-time superintendent, and this address is the kind of spot where you’ll feel like the whole world is just outside your door.
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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village