This apartment, occupying the garden floor of a historic West Village apartment building, is sure to charm you. Located at 225 West 10th Street, the five-story, 20-unit prewar brick building was constructed in 1893 and converted to condos in 1997. (It’s a walk-up, making the ground-floor location of this pad even sweeter.) This bright, well-designed condo is now up for rent asking $4,100 a month. And as you might expect, it comes with access to its own private garden space.
The apartment is lined with hardwood flooring and high ceilings. White French doors and glass panels separate the living room and bedroom, allowing sunshine to travel through the entire space.
The bedroom looks beautiful in blue. The space boasts a full wall of windows, direct access to the garden, and a unique built-in, which can fit a full or queen bed.
The open, windowed kitchen has its own stainless steel fridge, a basic range and microwave. There’s enough space to line the wall with extra storage cabinets, like the current owner did.
The bathroom has classic black-and-white tiles, with a windowed stand shower. There are two closets with elevated storage in here.
Finally, here’s a look at the patio as you walk out the bedroom. It’s landscaped and private, just begging to be spruced up for the warmer months to come. Residents of the building also have access to a common roof deck, offering views across the Village.
- $1.56M Soho apartment boasts an envy-inducing backyard
- This Cobble Hill Garden Apartment Comes Smelling of Freshly-Baked Cookies
- The 10 best plants for apartment dwellers
Photos courtesy of Halstead
Tags : 225 West 10th Street
Neighborhoods : West Village