Studio living in this East Village apartment comes with some perks. It’s been fully renovated and boasts bonus storage, like a walk-in closet and reserved space in the building’s basement. This cooperative at 634 East 14th Street also offers a bike garage and private garden for residents. The cute pad, finished with exposed brick, crown moldings and maple hardwood floors, is now listed for $499,000 after being taken off the market last year with an ask of $525,000.
Though there’s no square footage listed, it appears that the studio is large enough to be converted to a one-bedroom pad. From the third floor, you walk right into an open living space finishes with exposed brick. The bedroom’s been placed in a corner alcove, and a bathroom provides some separation from the kitchen at the end of the apartment.
The walk-in closet is located right across from this cozy nook of a bedroom. Every room has a least one window, allowing for cross ventilation and a sunny southern exposure.
In the renovation, the kitchen was finished in granite with stainless steel appliances, and the bathroom was lined with subway tiles.
The apartment is located at the rear of the building on the third floor, which the listing says keeps things quiet. The space looks down on a shared outdoor garden area, which residents use for planting and barbecues. The 19-unit brick building, built in the 1880s, is located between Avenues B and C.
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Neighborhoods : East Village