Sunny East Village Pad in Ageloff Towers Is the Perfect Starter Apartment

Posted On Thu, April 16, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, April 16, 2015 By In Cool Listings, East Village, Interiors

There’s a charming apartment available in Ageloff Towers now going for $725,000. This pre-war pad features modern amenities against the backdrop of original details like beamed ceilings, parquet floors, base molding and wainscoting. Generously sized for a one-bedroom, this unit is perfect for a young New Yorker looking to create a cozy home in one of the city’s most culturally distinct neighborhoods.

At the entrance of the home you’ll find two closets across from a galley kitchen with stainless steel appliances and a pass-through window to the living room. The kitchen was recently updated and boasts a newly tiled floor, as well as pristine wood cabinetry and plenty of counter space perfect for cultivating one’s inner chef.

172 East 4th Street, Ageloff Tower, Samuel Ageloff

But it’s the sun-soaked and spacious living room that really makes this apartment shine. Not only does it benefit from southern light, but custom built-ins make for an ideal workspace. The room is also large enough to incorporate a dining nook and you can easily host more than a handful of friends when it comes time to throw your housewarming party.

172 East 4th Street, Ageloff Tower, Samuel Ageloff

172 East 4th Street, Ageloff Tower, Samuel Ageloff

Ageloff Towers is an Art Deco co-op in the East Village, built in 1929 by Samuel Ageloff. Residents enjoy perks like a fitness center, a play room and a roof deck, along with a bike room and extra storage. Whole Foods, Katz’s Deli, and Tompkins Square Park (and its to-die-for Doggy Halloween Parade) are all close by.

[Listing: 172 East 4th Street #6I by Heather L. McDonough and Cartwright Lee of CORE]

[Ageloff Towers at CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of CORE

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Neighborhoods : East Village



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