Prewar Condo Built 1930 in
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Enter this inviting, elevated and timeless over-sized studio in the West Village to experience panoramic views (including Empire State Building) and sophisticated interiors. Immediately feel the effects of a creative balancing act of texture and materiality in one cohesive home.
An exposed brick fireplace serves as an instant focal point for a sunken living space filled with charm and natural light. Wooden beams and soothing paint make for a serene atmosphere styled with industrial light fixtures and sliding doors. Enjoy the benefits of a windowed kitchen and an enormous walk-in closet joined by additional storage throughout. There is a sizable separate dining/office area. The bathroom is beautifully renovated with gorgeous white subway tiles and a full bathtub.
This wonderful apartment is situated at the North end of the magnificently restored Abingdon Square Park in the heart of the West Village. 299 West 12 Street stands among the great Pre-War Condos of the neighborhood - developed by Bing & Bing and designed by renowned architect Emory Roth. Building amenities include a 24 hour doorman, concierge, handyman, laundry room and bike room.
The building is close to the Hudson River Park, the High Line, The Whitney Museum and some of the most prominent shops and restaurants such as Via Carota, The Waverly Inn and more. Find Equinox's downtown flagship gym around the corner. This can be your beautiful home or flexible pied-a-terre. Pets are welcome. Easy transport can be found via the A, C, E and L trains. *Note there is an assessment.