Though this narrow pre-war alcove studio with some interesting angles at 138 West 10th Street may not be big, it’s not cookie-cutter either. The Village location is about as pricey as you can get in Manhattan, so anyone questioning the $615,000 ask might keep that in mind; there’s also a landscaped roof deck, so you never have to feel boxed-in.
Inside this junior-one-bedroom/alcove studio you’ll find exposed brick, hardwood floors, a decorative fireplace and high ceilings. The apartment’s current kitchen isn’t new, but it’s adorable in sunny kindergarten hues; upgrading could be done a million ways from sleek to rustic.
The listing says “bring your vision and turn this into something spectacular,” which has some limits given the size, though there’s room to create a small bedroom and home office nook or grand walk-in closet. And it appears to need less work than this “one-bedroom wreck” in the same building–the same floor, in fact–featured on 6sqft last year; that unit only spent 63 days on the market.
The co-op building offers a fully furnished and landscaped roof deck, laundry, storage and bike storage.
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