This one-bedroom condo at 131 West 11th Street, asking $1.495 million, is situated within a classic row house on a postcard-perfect Village street. Within are the 20-foot ceilings of a loft, with 1,200 square feet of living space and an open layout to match. The apartment’s interiors are the work of award-winning architect Timmy Aziz of DOMA, and have been featured in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and Architectural Digest among other notable design magazines. Another unique feature: The home boasts an 18-foot-tall brick wall that was constructed by renowned Italian sculptor Albino Manca, who once lived and worked in the space.
The apartment’s mix of modern design and historical significance is evident in its striking features. Among them, plenty of room for entertaining and plenty of wall space for an art collection.
Oversized windows and custom lighting illuminate solid oak floors, a chef’s kitchen, a well-hidden washer/dryer, custom built-ins and ample closets. The open space lends itself to flexible living.
Even more loft-like, a mezzanine-level bedroom, composed of glass, steel, beech and zebra wood, floats mid-air, cantilevered off grand supporting columns, making for a unique escape. Home office space and built-in closets are cleverly added in this upstairs aerie. The pet-friendly condo offers a flexible sublet policy and third party management and pied-à-terres are allowed.
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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village