Within 3 adjacent townhomes built in 1870 is an oasis in the heart of Greenwich Village on one of New York City's most coveted blocks.
The expansive great room with lofty, 10'3" ceilings is anchored by an original wood-burning fireplace, and a full wall of bi-fold doors invites you to your private, lushly planted terrace surrounded by greenery and landmark homes - a special piece of NYC few ever see.
Open to the great room is a designer chef's kitchen with custom Lucenti Italian cabinets, Caesarstone Statuario Nuvo countertops, an expansive pantry, vented Smeg range, top-of-the-line, stainless steel appliances, and seating at the bar.
The silent, sun-drenched bedroom suite looks out onto tree-lined West 9th Street through argon-filled, triple-glazed windows. A custom walk through closet leads to an impressive, spa-like retreat complete with double sinks and vanity, massive tub, rainfall shower, and radiant heated floors.
Stunningly reimagined by award-winning architect Erich Schoenenberger, of SU11 (whose work has been featured in MoMA, Art Basel, and Carnegie Museum of Art), the classic sophistication of this pre-war gem was maintained while creating a modern haven for the most discerning buyer. With white oak floors throughout and conveniences such as multi-zone HVAC, tons of storage, in-unit washer/dryer, and a beautiful half-bath, Apartment 1 leaves no stone unturned, and nothing to be desired.
This boutique co-op is flexible, and allows pied a terres, co-purchasing, pets, and subletting.