While space in this Greenwich Village studio at 12 West 9th Street definitely has its limits, there’s plenty of loveliness and luxury–not to mention clever storage and well-planned placement–in this small package. For $1.15 million, you get one of the best addresses in the city, gorgeous light, convenience, and a sweet, if diminutive place to call home.
The apartment’s current owners purchased the studio just a few years ago in 2013, according to records, for a shockingly pocket-sized $455,000. For a prime Village property, even a studio, that’s nearly a steal, and the sellers are certainly hoping to make the most of it.
On a pretty Village block surrounded by historic townhouses and irresistible springtime greenery, this alcove studio was renovated, according to the listing, by a well-known interior designer, as evidenced in the decorator’s flair seen in finishes and custom extras. You’ll also find original oak plank floors, decorative moldings and trim throughout.
A spacious chef’s kitchen with more custom details–like a garbage disposal and instant hot water faucet–make the most important parts of daily home life easy. In the bath you’ll find Italian porcelain tiles, custom fixtures, a cast iron tub and a glass shower.
No need for shoes-in-the-oven in this little pad: A huge, perfectly outfitted walk-in closet awaits your wardrobe, and plenty of “secret” storage spaces can be found throughout the apartment.
In addition to laundry in the building, this intimate condop (a co-op with condo regulations) has a new roof, elevator and hallways, stellar financials and laid-back rules.
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Neighborhoods : Greenwich Village