59 4th Avenue #2-A
East Village, Manhattan
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$8,000
Added 160 days ago
2
Bed
2
Bath
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DESCRIPTION
Rarely available, corner floor-through 2 bed, 2 bath co-op in historic former Greenwich Village factory building. Loft-like space with soaring 13 barrel vaulted ceilings, spans the entire length of the building. Floor to ceiling, double pane windows flood each room with both southern and western exposures. The apartment is finished with white stained maple floors and white washed brick walls that perfectly captures the light streaming in. Large 24x19 living room. Master bathroom has deep soaking tub and both bathrooms have large glass walk in shower along with poured concrete floors. Both bathrooms and bedrooms have large, opaque, sliding doors, maximizing space and providing the privacy you need. The open Chefs kitchen features Poggenpohl kitchen cabinets, Corian counters, stainless steel appliances-Jenn Air stove, Kitchen Aid D/W, and a GE Profile Refrigerator. Unit includes washer and dryer. This established co-op includes a beautiful finished common roof deck with wonderful broad full city views spanning from the Williamsburg Bridge to the World Trade Center and views of the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building to the north. Building is equipped with an updated passenger elevator and the apartment itself has access to a private freight elevator accessible via a 9th street entrance. Additional features include open line tree views, as well as the convenience of having not only the Astor Place 6 subway stop in sight from your front door, but every commute option imaginable at Union Square as well as all the benefits and entertainment of both Greenwich and East Village.NOTE: owner must obtain a new Certificate of Occupancy for this building.
NEIGHBORHOOD
East Village
The East Village is located to the north of Houston and to the south of 14th Street. Typical buildings in this neighborhood are a bit on the small side and are mostly older walk-up types. The East Village is known as more of a bohemian neighborhood than the West Village is. A good deal of the retail stores in the neighborhood have to do with the arts, mainly music and painting. St. Marks Place and Second Avenue is considered to be the main drag, as it...
Listing courtesy of Citi Habitats, Inc.
Listing Amenities
Laundry In Building
Outdoor Areas
Storage
Pre-war Building
Loft
Intercom
Roof Deck
Terrace
Pets Allowed
Listing courtesy of
Citi Habitats, Inc.