New York City is at its best in springtime, and we can’t think of too many places that illustrate this better than the West Village. This furnished two bedroom co-op at 29 Perry Street is available for sublease from March through June, which is just about perfect, season-wise—as the listing gushes, “walking these blocks feels like being on a movie set.” It’s just a matter of whether the $5,995 monthly rent works, wallet-wise.
On a quiet Perry Street block, this quintessentially charming brick building is a walkup, but the apartment’s on the third floor, which isn’t too bad. The entry foyer brings you to a spacious, sunny living room with an adjacent dining area, with tall south-facing townhouse windows. The space is furnished to bohemian-chic grad-student-in-the-Village perfection, with hardwood floors and pretty pre-war details like crown moldings, built-in shelving, exposed brick, original doors and hardware and decorative fireplaces.
In the kitchen you’ll find Miele appliances–a gas cooktop, oven, dishwasher and washer/dryer–a SubZero refrigerator and minimal white cabinets stocked with everything you’ll need for cooking and dining–though you’re surrounded by too many great restaurants and cafes to count, so you’ve got plenty of choices–and the fridge will keep your leftovers fresh.
Two windowed bedrooms–one with a large walk-in closet, another with, sadly, no closet, in the bedroom or anywhere else in the apartment–are ready for morning awakenings in treetop bliss. A large windowed bathroom (not pictured) has a shower and soaking tub.
The surrounding blocks await for exploring your shopping, dining, and cultural options–the building is pet-friendly, so bring Sparky along.
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Images courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Neighborhoods : West Village