We’re guessing it’s probably just coincidence, that there are so many charming, pre-war co-ops on this tranquil and lovely East Village street, but whatever the reason, here’s another gem at 226 East 12th Street, with two bedrooms and space for a home office, now on the market for $1.2 million. Three exposures, high beamed ceilings, parquet floors and a cool dining alcove with a window to the neighborhood below definitely make this home “unique in today’s plain vanilla box inventory.”
The living room offers great neighborhood views from a high floor in this elevator building, plus beams and columns, built-in bookshelves and a soothing mint hue. The kitchen, while not exactly soothing, is a stylish display of black and white that might do even more for mornings than a cup of coffee.
The dining nook could also be a home office or even a third bedroom.
Two bedrooms, two more mellow pastel hues. Another bonus: Enormous closets and many of them. The building offers on-site laundry, a live-in superintendent, and storage.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : East Village