Sunlight is a good look for these two apartments at the West Village cooperative 79 Barrow Street. Both pads—which hold a large floor-to-ceiling window and a lofted bedroom—are being offered together with an opportunity to combine them into a bigger, even brighter, two-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment. Located right in the heart of the neighborhood, directly west of Washington Square Park, there’s lots of design potential for the buyer who doesn’t mind getting their hands dirty and combining two apartments into one.
Both apartments are extremely similar in layout: they are railroad style with long hallways leading to an open living and dining area in the back of the apartment. Both are lined with floor-to-ceiling windows, bringing light into the living room.
Here’s a look at the second apartment, which has built in office space in the living room, underneath the loft.
One major reno project, if the apartments get combined: you’ll have to take two kitchens and turn them into one.
One of the units has a separate home office downstairs. And both have staircases leading to lofted bedrooms, which means you’d get a large lofted space (big enough for two beds) if the apartments are combined.
Here’s a look at the floorplan, which shows both apartments laid out next to one another. If it’s a renovation challenge a buyer is willing to take on, the results could be beyond charming–a large, bright space with a sprawling loft above.
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Photos courtesy of Citi Habitats
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Neighborhoods : West Village