This newly renovated 1 bedroom apartment packs a big punch delivering light, views, space, and a ton of pre-war charm on one of Greenwich Villages most beautiful, tree-lined blocks.
As you enter this spacious home youll notice soaring 11-foot ceiling heights and abundant of pre-war details including strip hardwood floors, exposed brick, oversized windows, and an ornate decorative fireplace. A large living/dining room modernized with in-ceiling lights spans 22-feet and boasts three west-facing windows that flood the home with natural light throughout as well as having a Juliet balcony overlooking University Place and serene city views. The layout maximizes efficiency and allows space for a formal living room and ample dining area.
The open kitchen sits perfectly tucked from the dining area and has just undergone a complete remodel. It boasts brand new everything including top of the line stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertops, and custom white shaker cabinetry from a local cabinet maker.
The spacious bedroom is well positioned away from the living room and passed a hallway lined with a deep closet (where a washer/dryer can be added with board approval). It has two large north facing windows overlooking quiet 11th street and is fitted with a deep clothing closet. Adjacent to the bedroom is the bathroom handsomely fit with wainscoting, subway tile, and a recently reglazed tub.
The Albert is a full service pre-war cooperative on a beautiful, tree-lined Greenwich Village block. The building has 24 hour door staff, a Resident Manager, full time handyman, porters, a renovated lobby, bike storage and a beautifully landscaped and furnished roofdeck. Reasonable board allows parental purchase, pied-a-terre, and pets.
Located halfway between Union Square and Washington Square Park, The Albert is close to multiple major subway lines, cultural attractions, shopping, and all the other conveniences that have made Greenwich Village New York City's preferred neighborhood for more than a century.