Photo courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Custom wooden shutters, a wood-burning fireplace, and original casement windows bring a European flair to this Greenwich Village rental. A two-bedroom corner unit in the Windsor Arms co-op building at 61 West 9th Street is asking $7,500/month and it comes fully-furnished with “designer-grade pieces,” according to the listing.
Although the pre-war unit has been recently renovated, its unique architectural details have been preserved. The great room features a working wood-burning fireplace, useful custom built-ins, and those stunning casement windows.
The apartment’s open arrangement makes the space feel larger than it is, with the living room and dining room connected seamlessly. And with north-facing views, the apartment benefits from lots of soft sunlight throughout the day.
Bright and clean, the kitchen features Carrara marble countertops, brass hardware, and chic open shelving made of walnut.
Two walls of windows and natural hardwood floors lighten the master bedroom, which includes a walk-in closet. The cute smaller panes above the bed are outfitted with custom cutout shutters and provide views of a Magnolia tree below. The second bedroom is reasonably sized. The bedrooms share a small, but cute, bathroom, which boasts yet another window.
Built in 1926, the Windsor Arms building rises 11 stories and contains 60 units. Resident perks include an elevator and full-time doorman. Plus, it is located on one of the city’s prettiest blocks, just steps from Washington Square Park and transit options like the PATH train and A, C, E, B, D, F, M subway trains at West 4th Street.
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All photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Tags : 61 West 9th Street
Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village