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This West Village studio may be petite, but it’s got loads of Victorian-style charm and optimized storage space to make up for its small footprint. Asking $525,000, the co-op at 77 Perry Street has exposed brick walls, original tin ceilings, and floor-to-ceiling cherry wood built-ins that ensure every modern convenience is met.
, Sat, September 24, 2016
For those who dream about their own “Sex and the City” apartment–and have enough money to snatch one up–here’s a $725,000 co-op from 77 Perry Street in the West Village. The building is located on the same block as the famed townhouse known as Carrie Bradshaw’s apartment. And this one is equally as cute without being massive in size. Ten-foot ceilings and exposed brick painted white look charming, and the windows look out to the historic townhouses that line the street–not to mention the tourist traffic Carrie’s old apartment brings.
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Home to movie stars, models, moguls, designers and plenty of lucky mortals in possession of a small fortune (at the very least), the West Village is one of New York’s most sought-after neighborhoods. This one-bedroom co-op at 77 Perry Street on the famed “Sex and the City” block is all sunbeams and charm when the afternoon sun shows off its exposed brick walls, 10-foot ceilings and beautifully restored original hardwood floors. Its ask of $720,000 definitely reflects the neighborhood’s cachet, but anything with even a memory of six figures in this neighborhood could be considered a find.
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Sure it’s not in the seven-figure category, but $721,000 is no drop in the bucket, and that’s exactly what this very cozy one-bedroom with the barely-there kitchen smack in the middle of the living room is asking. What it lacks in space and appliances, it makes up for in brick walls and dark-stained maple floors, three closets, and chic decor. The location helps, too; it’s on the picturesque “Sex and the City” block at 77 Perry Street and “overlooks and clears the beautiful townhouses across the street with open views reminiscent of a Hopper painting,” according to the listing. So, would you trade in your pots and pans for this “rare opportunity to own on the most coveted block in the West Village?”