This charming Greenwich Village studio costs just a hair under $1 million after a recent price chop. Located at the cooperative 45 West 10th Street, the pad first hit the market last summer asking $1.075 million and the price has whittled away in the months since down to $995,000. (It last sold in 2007, for $495,000.) This studio does boast some perks, like a separate bedroom nook that creates space for a charming, bookshelf-lined living room, as well as a massive private backyard.
The living area is lined with built-in storage, a crucial component of any studio apartment. This is hardly a cluttered, claustrophobic space–some good design resulted in a livable and lovely living room.
A nook is lined with even more shelving, and offers an ideal space to tuck a bed. The apartment could also accommodate a queen sized murphy bed, according to the listing, which would free up even more living space.
For a studio, the kitchen is plenty spacious and looks like it has been upgraded with some new appliances.
Finally, here’s the private backyard–it looks almost as large as the studio itself. It holds everything from an outdoor dining area to a fountain and extra seating in the rear. A full wall of windows between the garden and the living room, too, bring in light and create a striking connection to the outdoors from inside the studio. And there’s a nice perk: an electronic interior curtain and shade offers privacy when you need it.
45 West 10th Street is a more modern co-op, built in 1957, that offers a live-in resident manager, garage, laundry facility and the roofdeck. It’s also the former home of Julia Roberts, who listed her penthouse here in the summer of 2015 for $4.5 million.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village