There’s no question, West 10th Street in the West Village is an absolutely lovely street to call home, enviably lined with historic townhouses and surrounded by iconic Village establishments and street life. Tucked within the townhouse condominium at number 223, this renovated apartment, currently asking $999,000, has the right dose of pre-war character and modern conveniences even if its size and layout put it squarely in divided studio territory.
Beneath a menagerie of furry accessories and jewel-toned velvet upholstery, floors are on-trend wide plank white oak hardwood. Ceilings are high, brick is exposed, and great lighting both recessed and decorative is present and accounted for.
A windowed entryway does double duty as the apartment’s kitchen, slender but well-dressed in stylish custom grey cabinetry and Caesarstone worktops. Near the kitchen the renovated bath is lined in pale tile with a glass shower enclosure, Toto toilet and fancy faucets.
The spacious bedroom has the kind of townhouse views that may make you love your space as much as you envy how much more of it your neighbors have. Your own townhouse was built in 1910 and is just as lovely even if you only get to enjoy a little sliver of it, though the rare amenity of a fully-outfitted roof deck, complete with a grill and city views, might be all the additional space you need. Also included are in-building laundry and a part-time super.
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Images courtesy of Compass.
Tags : 223 West 10th Street
Neighborhoods : West Village