For $750K, this petite one-bedroom in the West Village feels like an urban cabin
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For $750K, this petite one-bedroom in the West Village feels like an urban cabin

April 15, 2021

Listing photos by Jon Nissenbaum; @instaniss 

Rustic details like a tin ceiling and whitewashed brick fireplace make this petite West Village apartment feel like a cozy cabin, but modern upgrades such as a sleek kitchen and glossy built-ins lend a chic, urban feel. Located at 343 West 12th Street, the one-bedroom co-op is asking $750,000.

When you enter, you’re greeted by the compact, Pullman-style kitchen. There’s no oven, just a stovetop, and a half-fridge. The floor-to-ceiling decorative brick fireplace is the focal point of the living room, complemented by beautiful moldings and a tin ceiling. Custom lacquered cabinetry, marble window sills, and grey flooring add a modern touch, as does the contemporary bar area. The two large windows have electric shades and overlook the neighborhood backyards.

The bedroom is a bit small, at just over 70 square feet, but it has a large walk-in closet.

The bathroom comes complete with floor-to-ceiling subway tiles and heated floors.

The 11-unit co-op is located between Washington and Greenwich Streets, just below the Meatpacking District and only two blocks in either direction to Hudson River Park and Abingdon Square. Restaurants like Pastis, the Butcher’s Daughter, and Piccolo Angolo are all nearby.

[Listing details: 343 West 12th Street, 2B on CityRealty]

[At Compass by Michael Johnson and Hayim Nommaz]


Listing photos by Jon Nissenbaum; @instaniss 

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