This colorful Gramercy co-op is a $925K cure for the winter blahs
Located just off Irving Place where some of the best downtown Manhattan neighborhoods meet sought-after Gramercy, this stylish little one-bedroom co-op at 134 East 16th Street charms with its old-world good looks. Color and pattern add pizzazz and a roaring fire warms our hearts.
A spacious living room is centered around that lovely wood-burning fireplace and surrounded by tall built-in bookshelves, all beneath 12-foot ceilings.
Between the bedroom and the living room is a custom-designed sliding barn door. The bedroom features a wall of floor-to-ceiling closets for plenty of storage. The home’s renovated bath is a nod to classic pre-war design with marble mosaic tile plus the modern addition of large Nero Marquina marble tiles and a walk-in shower.
The compact but functional kitchen offers an instant hit of energy in snappy crimson. Black slate countertops, stainless steel appliances and storage up to the ceiling add points for the home chef.
This boutique brownstone co-op is comprised of only six apartments and offers the added bonus of low monthly maintenance.
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Images courtesy of the Corcoran Group