A renovation at this one-bedroom apartment, located in the West Village co-op building at 82 Charles Street, has left the unit looking downright adorable. The listing promises it to be a “perfect blend of prewar character and modern conveniences perched on one of the most bucolic blocks in the city.” It’s hard to argue with the location. And we like how more traditional design elements (exposed brick) are paired with some surprising modern additions (built-in ice cream maker!). It’s now on the market asking $899,000.
This particular one bedroom has a cozy floor plan, with an open kitchen, a combined living and dining room, and one bathroom. While it isn’t huge, there are thoughtful touches throughout the home that have made it unique. The renovation uncovered the exposed brick and added floors of reclaimed oak. The shelving in the living room is reclaimed wood, and an old barn door separates the bedroom from the living space.
The kitchen has also been thoroughly modernized, with new stainless-steel appliances and yes, a built-in ice cream maker (bet that sounds like a pretty big perk for the summer). The counter space is made of a “leathered black cosmic granite” which is also used as the backsplash. The pantry also has its own electric charging outlets.
The renovation packed lots of storage space inside the unit. There’s custom window seat storage and, according to the listing, 16 feet of hanging extra space throughout the home. As for another nice perk: the building also has a communal roof deck with a grill and sink — the perfect place to enjoy some homemade ice cream.
[Via City Realty]
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Neighborhoods : West Village