Live in Parker Posey’s former East Village co-op for $2M
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Live in Parker Posey’s former East Village co-op for $2M

May 4, 2017

Before moving to a very classic Greenwich Village co-op (which she sold last summer for $1.45 million), actress Parker Posey lived in a much more trendy space in the East Village. In fact, she lived in the same building, 119 East 10th Street, as fellow indie darling Chloe Sevigny who sold her pad in 2013. Posey made the move much earlier, in 2008, when she offloaded the loft-like apartment for $1.3 million. It’s now back on the market for $2 million, sporting a loft-like vibe (open layout, exposed brick and ceilings beams) and an eclectic collection of hip furniture and art.

The home takes up the entire top floor of this historic townhouse in the St. Mark’s Historic District, which offers a large common garden, live-in super, and basement storage lockers.

The apartment gets tons of natural light from large south-facing windows, north-facing windows that overlook the lovely gardens below, and an oversized skylight.

Historic details include high wood-beamed ceilings, original wide-plank floors, and exposed brick walls, while modern upgrades such as a wood-burning fireplace, laundry, and updated kitchen and bath round things out.

It’s currently configured as a one-bedroom, but could easily be made into a two-bedroom. There’s also the option to build a private roof deck.

[Listing: 119 East 10th Street, 4 by Lois Planco and Amy Mendizabal of Compass]


Images courtesy of Compass

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