The railroad layout may not seem ideal at first, but this one-bedroom Soho co-op more than makes up for it with two bathrooms and a dreamy outdoor terrace. Asking $945,000, the apartment at 57 Thompson Street lends itself to a shabby chic aesthetic, with whitewashed brick walls, cozy angled rooms, and large windows perfect for window boxes and hanging plants.
As the listing states, “the painted exposed brick and hardwood floors exude pre-war character and charm.”
The entire apartment underwent a modern renovation, which included new hardwood floors, built-in speakers throughout, new bathrooms with radiant heat floors, and high-end appliances in the kitchen.
There’s enough room in the kitchen for a small, high-top dining table. There is also a separate alcove currently outfitted as an office nook. The terrace is off of here and boasts an urban jungle-type feel with the fire escape in the background, an exposed brick wall, and views of the surrounding buildings.
It’s tight, but the bedroom can fit a queen-sized bed. Again, space may be limited, but you’ll get perks like an in-unit washer/dryer and large walk-in closet.
We’re really not surprised that an apartment at 57 Thompson is so cute. In the past, 6sqft has profiled several other units in the building, all of which are equally cute and cozy.
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Neighborhoods : Soho