In the West Village, $799K pre-war co-op boasts pops of color and pied-à-terre potential

Posted On Tue, July 12, 2022 By

Posted On Tue, July 12, 2022 By In Cool Listings, West Village 

All photos by Shannon Dupre of DDReps

On a quintessential West Village block, this pre-war one-bedroom packs a punch. Not only is the apartment at 25 Leroy Street suitable as a year-round abode, but the building also permits pied-à-terre use. Asking just under $800,000, the home charms with pops of color, exposed beams, and a surprisingly spacious upgraded kitchen (if you’re okay with a built-in mini-fridge, that is).

In the living room, high ceilings and south-facing windows help brighten the space.

By Manhattan standards, the kitchen/ dining area is roomy and actually designed for cooking. With plenty of cabinet space, an L-shaped counter, stainless steel appliances, and bonus shelving, any at-home chef should be comfortable, even if there’s no dishwasher.

The bedroom, easily separated from the living area by sliding wooden doors, features original exposed rough-hewn beams and a built-in storage unit, with a hot pink wall as the obvious focal point. The room conveniently has two closets.

Located in prime West Village off 7th Avenue, 25 Leroy Street is a pet-friendly boutique co-op building with just 20 units. Perks include bike storage, video intercom, and building storage for an additional fee.

[Listing details: 25 Leroy Street, #5 at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Kimberly Lyn Pressman, Allie Fraza, and Nick Gavin Properties]


All photos by Shannon Dupre of DDReps

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Neighborhoods : West Village



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