Actress, model, and fashionista Diane Kruger sold her unsurprisingly stylish East Village pad for $1.1 million, higher than the $985,000 listing price. The Post tells us that a 12-offer bidding war ensued, likely due to the myriad of charming features–expansive exposed brick walls, a renovated modern kitchen, and lovely outdoor terrace–and the prime location at 315 East 12th Street, between booming 1st and 2nd Avenues.
315 East 12th Street
This prewar co-op at 315 East 12th Street, in the East Village, has no shortage of charming apartments: here’s a one bedroom with an outdoor terrace perfect for a barbecue, and here’s another, cozier one-bedroom apartment that hit the market for $535,000 a few months ago. The latest apartment from the building to hit the market is this unit currently configured as a one bedroom with enough space for a second. With a wall of exposed brick and massive windows, it’s up for grabs asking $985,000.
This one-bedroom apartment is being marketed as both charming and quiet, located at the prewar cooperative 315 East 12th Street in the East Village. You’re not getting tons of square feet but it’s just enough for a first-time buyer who can afford the price tag of $535,000. This unit’s asking price has been creeping up over the years: it was asking $249,000 back in 2006 and then $449,999 in 2008.
If you live in the East Village, it’s a given that your friends are going to turn to you for the latest restaurant and late-night recommendations. But all that responsibility can get a little overwhelming. That’s why this charming co-op is such a great option–it’s right in the middle of all the trendy neighborhood action, but it also offers an outdoor terrace perfect for a barbecue, as well as a flexible layout for when you want to bring the party indoors. The completely renovated one- or two-bedroom co-op at 315 East 12th Street is available for $899,000.