Quintessential Greenwich Village! This 1520 square-foot 3 bedroom 2 bath condominium was recently gut renovated and modernized. In a quiet 19th century townhouse on the north-west corner of Washington Square Park, the third floor of 106 Waverly Place has been home to playwrights, pop-stars, kid's book authors and folk-music legends. The sitting rooms three large windows face north onto the trees of Waverly Place. The working wood-burning fireplace is framed by an 19th-century Italian carved wood mantle-piece. The library has beautiful floor-to-ceiling teak bookcases, and behind one lies a large secret closet, opened by pulling the copy of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes on the shelf. The master bedroom faces south over the quiet leafy gardens of Washington Place and has a decorative fireplace, large cupboard, and windowed en-suite bathroom with shower, wide vanity and medicine cabinet. The study/second bedroom offers a western window over the mid-block gardens. A bespoke wood bookcase wraps around two walls. Directly across the hall is a windowed second bathroom, hand-painted turquoise ombre, with a full-size tub/shower. The hall closet has floor-to-ceiling storage and oversized sliding doors. The recently remodeled kitchen is exemplary of spare-no-expense with Village charm. The handsome, vintage-inspired SMEG appliances includes a 5-burner range and oven, fridge and freezer and full-size dishwasher. Beautiful cabinets, subway tile backsplash, exposed brick, blonde butcher-block counter tops, open shelving, apron front farmhouse sink, and gray slate floor. The Miele washer/dryer is deftly hidden behind cabinet doors. Next to the kitchen is a brick-lined dining area, with a hand-built oak dining table. High ceilings, new wide-plank oak hardwood floors and beautiful original pre-war details like exposed brick all compliment windows in every single room. 106 Waverlys Third Floor is a one-of-a-kind Greenwich Village/West Village home. Close to some of the citys best restaurants (the world-famous Italian restaurant Babbo is two doors down), and close to coffee shops, boutiques, and grocery stores, the apartment is half a block from the West 4th Street subway station, and conveniently located just next to NYUs main campus. With only 4 units in the building, this charming 19th-century conversion is truly extraordinary. Low monthlies, pets allowed, storage in the basement and a managing agent to oversee it all. No formal board application. This special apartment will continue to serve as inspiration to all who come through the doors.