Description

A true loft in the heart of Greenwich Village! Built in 1900 and converted to a Coop in 1978, 30 West 13th Street is steeped in creative history, once housing the Actors Studio where Marilyn Monroe and Marlon Brando honed their skills, and former residents include David Bowie and academic legend Harold Bloom. This pin drop quiet 2 bedroom 1 Bath has unobstructed south facing views overlooking historic limestone townhouses. This sun filled loft features soaring 12 foot ceilings, 8 oversized windows and exposed brick, on original factory planked oak hardwood floors. There is an in unit washer drier. The large expansive open kitchen makes it perfect for entertaining. Tenants enjoy a new renovated lobby, a key locked elevator, video intercom security system, private roof deck, full time super, and bike room. Private dedicated locked storage comes with each unit. Ideally located close to Union Square & Subways, the world famous Farmers Market, and fabulous shops and restaurants. Enjoy all the culinary and cultural highlights that Union Square and the Gold Coast have to offer. Its only a few doors down from the discretely tucked away and newly renovated Quad Cinemas, so buy a bag of popcorn, and enjoy a show!
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Building Features 6 Floors20 Units

elevator
intercom
roofdeck

Unit Features

washerdryer

$1,495,000

Listed on Mar 11, 2020

53 Days on Market

2 Beds / 1.0 Bath / - ft²

Total Monthly Expenses: $2,100

Exclusively listed with: The Corcoran Group Source: RLS

W. David Branyan

wdb@corcoran.com

(917) 885-6379

Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group View Listing

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