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.
We’ve previously covered a similar apartment in the same building–a bit more compact but with a similar tidy, rustic charm and high ceilings. Both units are good examples of how a good eye for design and organization can do wonders with a small space. Here, a renovated kitchen doesn’t skimp on quality with an under-counter SubZero refrigerator; the bathroom boasts a marble vanity and a glass-door shower.
The bedroom isn’t big but it’s just as sweet as the apartment’s main space. There’s a closet, and treetop views look out over pretty West Village townhouse gardens.
The landmarked elevator building’s facade was just restored, and a heavenly location on historic Perry Street means you live on an extremely quiet block surrounded by the neighborhood’s favorite restaurants and shops.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : West Village