For $2.6M, this Village loft has a floor plan that’s definitely off the grid
On a tree-lined Village block that’s somewhere between bustling and quiet, with a certain unchanged kind of old school elegance, this three-bedroom co-op loft at 30 East 10th Street is spacious enough at 1,600 square feet, but expensive at $2.6 million. On the other hand, it’s a corner loft, and well-proportioned–the co-op’s layout is anything but cookie-cutter with big bedrooms nestled in their own orbits on opposite sides of the apartment.
Excellent light, partial city views through six jumbo-sized windows with restored oak moldings, and 11-foot ceilings provide the backdrop for an open kitchen and gracious living/dining room. Plaster columns, hardwood floors, big closets and storage space are what you might expect from a classic loft; a full-size washer/dryer in the apartment is a great perk.
The apartment’s bedrooms are generous with the windows, which provide a generous swath of sky for gazing.
Built in 1909, the historic pet-friendly building is a well-run cooperative with amenities like a landscaped roof deck, storage and a keyed elevator.
The location is among downtown Manhattan’s most convenient, with Union Square, the East and West Villages and a wealth of subway lines a quick walk away.
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