High, dramatic ceilings grace this $3.5M Greenwich Village loft

Posted On Sun, January 8, 2017 By

Posted On Sun, January 8, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Greenwich Village, Interiors

What’s a loft apartment without towering ceilings above? This lofty prewar building, at 30 West 13th Street in Greenwich Village, was converted to co-op in 1978 and holds 24 units. This one, now on the market for $3.5 million, is a sprawling three bedroom with dramatic beamed ceilings in the open living and dining room. This last sold in $2.3 million in 2004 and has been on and off the market since 2015, when it was first asking $3.95 million.

30 west 13th street, co-op, greenwich village

A large foyer divides the open entertaining areas from the bedrooms in this railroad-style apartment. In the living and dining area, the ceilings reach 11 feet and the beams have been painted black, giving a dramatic aesthetic to the space.

30 west 13th street, co-op, greenwich village

Although the kitchen is located right off the dining area, it’s tucked back into the apartment for a sense of privacy while you’re cooking.

30 west 13th street, co-op, greenwich village

30 west 13th street, co-op, greenwich village

Opposite from the living room are three bedrooms and a bonus media room. The large master has its own bathroom, which connects directly to an alcove containing the washer and dryer. Large closets also come in all three bedrooms. Finally, the rooms get views of the landscaped gardens of the adjoining co-op, known as the Butterfield House.

30 west 13th street, co-op, greenwich village

The block, in fact, loves its landscaping–according to the listing, residents of the building belong to an active block association which maintains tree beds and planters, including flowers planted every spring. Location between 5th and 6th avenues, residents of the building are also just five minutes from Union Square.

[Listing: 30 West 13th Street by Jeffrey Ryan for Stribling]

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