Rich wood and brick decorate this renovated East Village rental, for $13,995/month

Posted On Thu, June 22, 2017 By

Posted On Thu, June 22, 2017 By In Cool Listings, East Village, Interiors

This East Village rental, at the Pear Tree Place condo at 203 East 13th Street, is rich in prewar material. The 11-and-a-half-foot ceilings are lined with wood beams, the walls are covered with exposed brick and the floor with a maple wood. The three-bedroom pad, on the rental market for $13,995/month, also comes with some perks: a planted terrace off the kitchen, an audio/visual system with two drop-down movie screens, and heated floors in the bathrooms.

As the listing points out, this apartment has gotten a renovation that’s uncommon for NYC rentals. One fancy addition is the open kitchen, which has granite counters and hand-made walnut cabinets, as well as a vented stove, dishwasher and washer/dryer.

A pass-through office and butler’s pantry, outfitted with a wet bar, also doubles as a fourth sleeping area with a custom desk and pullman bed.

The planted terrace, right off the kitchen and dining room, is shaded by a retractable awning and has electricity, gas grill, hot and cold water and limestone pavers.

The apartment gets lot of light from a sunny southern exposure, as well as north and west exposures.

More exposed brick and a decorative fireplace line one of the three bedrooms. (In the living room, there’s a working gas fireplace.)

This condo building is just east of Union Square, off 3rd Avenue. The area, of course, offers everything a New Yorker needs, although the apartment’s pull-down movie screens should make it less appealing to go out at night. Currently, this is the only unit available in the building.

[Listing: 203 East 13th Street #2AB by Alex Nichols for the Corcoran Group]


Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : East Village



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