Just imagine enjoying the dwindling days of summer from this spacious wood patio lined with greenery. The outdoor space is tacked onto a 25-foot-wide Greenwich Village townhouse, at 34 West 9th Street, and your view is of the peaceful backyard gardens. Walk out the front door, though, and you’re in the bustle of the Village. As for the apartment, it’s still got some of the townhome’s original architectural details, including two decorative fireplaces. For the one-bedroom pad, with a bonus, window-less second bedroom, it’ll cost $6,750 a month.
The historic brick townhouse is located just off Fifth Avenue. Up a few flights of stairs, a spacious foyer leads you into the living room decorated with high ceilings, moldings, hardwood flooring and the first of the two fireplaces.
The windowed, eat-in kitchen was decked out with both cherry cabinets and stainless steel appliances. The space is large enough for tons of cabinetry and a washer and dryer.
The master bedroom is wonderfully spacious, with two large windows with treetop views, more moldings, a chandelier and ceiling medallion, and the second decorative fireplace to top it off. Apartment exposures look out to both the south and north.
This space, which is not a legal second bedroom due to its lack of windows, is still a nice bonus room.
Here’s one more look at the patio, and then a look at the front side of the townhouse. The building is right in the heart of the Village, surrounded by bars, restaurants and less than two blocks from Washington Square Park. And the patio perch this apartment offers is the perfect place to soak the neighborhood all in.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village