This completely renovated loft-style studio co-op at 9 Barrow Street may be tiny with little more than 300 square feet of living space, but it definitely has an artistic side and plenty of warmth provided by details like exposede brick and hefty wood beams. Situated in a heavenly, tree-lined stretch of the heavenly, tree-lined Village, the doorman/elevator building is a top choice for location as well–and we’re guessing it’s the reason for the $675,000 ask.
Dark stained hardwood floors, oversized windows that look out on the Sheridan Square gardens, original barrel vaulted red brick ceiling and original cast iron columns make any loft feel spacious, and a custom-built Murphy bed utilizes space efficiently and makes room when it’s needed. Also custom-built, a well-organized kitchen features stainless steel cabinets, black granite countertops, a built-in microwave, an under-counter SubZero refrigerator and a Gaggenau two-burner gas stove.
With sleeping and cooking covered, that leaves lounging and entertaining, and it looks like creativity goes a long way when carving out cozy relaxation space.
Last but not least, a remodeled bathroom offers a lovely space to start the day with walls of sparkling white and a rustic wood sink topped with a hefty slab of marble.
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Images courtesy of Corcoran Group.