For $895K, this architect-designed co-op is the picture of West Village chic
Tucked into one of New York City’s most charm-filled and sought-after neighborhoods among the boutiques and bistros of the West Village, this compact one-bedroom co-op at 713 Washington Street has sophistication and style that set it apart from the average cookie-cutter flat. Architect-designed and renovated, this downtown walk-up (only two flights) makes use of every inch of livable space and looks good doing it.
With rich hardwood floors underfoot and surrounded by details like wood windows, painted white brick, sliding doors and hardwood floors, this pre-war flat–part of a five-building complex between Perry and West 11th streets–definitely looks like home. Even more so with a crackling fire in the wood-burning fireplace.
The kitchen may be a classic galley arrangement but it’s set up for action with a SubZero fridge, Miele dishwasher, Miele oven, and cooktop. Custom cabinetry provides storage and keeps clutter at bay.
A suitably charming bedroom features a custom walnut headboard, and a large walk-in closet offers the city perk of a vented full-sized washer/dryer. A marble clad bath offers an oversized shower. The pet-friendly co-op building, built in 1900, offers a verdant garden courtyard and a roof deck with spectacular city views.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group