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.
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.
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.
[Ageloff Towers at CityRealty]
Photos courtesy of CORE
Neighborhoods : East Village