All photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
A light-filled one-bedroom is now available in prime West Village. Located at 459 Hudson Street between Morton and Barrow Streets, the co-op is on the smaller side but makes up for the lack of space with an extra dose of charm. A huge skylight helps drench the living room with sunshine, while a corner wood-burning fireplace brings the whole space together. It can be yours for $1,150,000.
Constructed in 1920, the pre-war building sits just steps from the best restaurants, bars, and shopping the city has to offer, as well as public green space like the community garden at St. Luke in the Fields Church and Hudson River Park.
Light streams into the third-floor pad from a decently-sized window facing Hudson Street, in addition to from the overhead skylight.
The recently-renovated kitchen boasts a breakfast bar that provides extra counter and storage and opens the space up to the living area. The kitchen is equipped with up-to-date stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher.
A nicely sized primary bedroom also benefits from a large window, as well as an en-suite bath. In the bathroom, which also has a small skylight, there’s an antique clawfoot tub and a vintage porcelain sink. The apartment does lack storage space, with just one tiny closet in the bedroom.
[Listing details: 459 Hudson Street, 3A at CityRealty]
[At Douglas Elliman by Tom Postilio and Mickey Conlon]
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Tags : 459 Hudson Street
Neighborhoods : West Village