This $3.4M Village co-op feels like a sky garden with a solarium and a terrace
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This $3.4M Village co-op feels like a sky garden with a solarium and a terrace

January 8, 2024

Photo credit: Nina Poon for The Corcoran Group

Located on a high floor of the Brevoort East, a classic postwar terraced building at 20 East 9th Street, this two-bedroom co-op offers indoor-outdoor living in the heart of Greenwich Village near Washington Square Park. Asking $3,370,000, this designer-renovated home offers iconic Manhattan views from within. A glass-enclosed solarium and a spacious terrace offer unique spaces for enjoying those views and a big dose of daily sunlight.

With stylishly updated interiors by designer Michael Zweck-Bronner, the spacious co-op is framed by 10-foot ceilings, pristine wenge wood flooring, and walls of windows offering the aforementioned light and views. The indoor-outdoor effect in the apartment’s main living space is perfect for entertaining above a glittering city in the evening or enjoying the morning sunshine. 21st-century perks like Lutron motorized shades and concealed HVAC units add effortless comfort.

Past a gracious foyer with ample closets, a large great room is comprised of a living and dining area. The dining space occupies a dreamy solarium with chevron tile floors. Rare for a city apartment, a 20-foot-long terrace offers outdoor space. Views stretch all the way downtown to One World Trade.

A spacious open kitchen is sleek and elegant as well as functional. Caesarstone countertops and a stone backsplash frame top-of-the-line appliances. Chef-ready tools include a vented Smeg gas range, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Liebherr bottom-freezer refrigerator. A waterfall breakfast bar provides casual dining space.

The king-sized primary suite has capacious custom closet space in the form of a walk-in and secondary closet. An elegant en suite bath features a frameless glass shower room.

The secondary bedroom (shown above as both a home office and bedroom) opens onto the terrace. Built-in cabinetry and a Murphy bed add to the home’s overall flexibility. A full second bathroom is lined in crisp, white subway tile.

The full-service building, located in the Greenwich Village Historic District, is considered by some to be among Manhattan’s finest co-ops. Amenities include 24-hour doorman and concierge service, on-site resident management and maintenance staff, cold storage, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, storage, laundry, an on-site parking garage, a garden, and a landscaped roof deck.

[Listing details: 20 East 9th Street, 14J at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Richard Ziegelasch and Dana Power]

Photo credit: Nina Poon for The Corcoran Group

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