West Village co-op has a shared landscaped courtyard and roof deck for $2.75M
All photos courtesy of Bradley Stein
In the heart of the West Village, tucked away from the street as part of the Hudson Mews cooperative, a two-bedroom home is now available. Located at 256 West 10th Street, the rarely-available apartment comes with perks unique to urban living: a common landscaped courtyard and a lovely planted roof deck. The pre-war co-op is currently on the market for $2,750,000.
Enter through a foyer and arrive in the sprawling living space, which feels even larger thanks to the oversized windows overlooking the quintessential West Village streetscape below and classic skyline further out.
Anchored by a working wood-burning fireplace, the living room feels like the perfect space to gather.
A bright dining nook sits next to the kitchen, which has all cooking and storage necessities.
The second bedroom is currently set up as an office, with an abundance of natural light providing warmth.
The primary suite has east-facing views, an ensuite bath, and two decently-sized closets.
Something to look forward to in the warmer months is the building’s rooftop with Hudson River and skyline views and a newly landscaped private courtyard. Built in 1911, the gated Hudson Mews contains 24 units across six stories.
[Listing details: 256 West 10th Street, Unit 5A at CityRealty]
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Photo credit: Bradley Stein