Prewar Condo Built 1907 in
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Featuring stunning southern light and private outdoor space, this expansive two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex is the perfect West Village haven.
A soaring wall of southern windows will take your breath away the moment you enter this special home. Just outside, the wide balcony sets the stage for morning coffee or after-dinner drinks. Inside, the roomy proportions accommodate sunny living and dining areas surrounded by industrial chic concrete floors, 18-foot-ceilings and original stainless steel accents. The open kitchen features stainless steel cabinetry and top-notch appliances while the gorgeous full bathroom boasts gleaming black tile and a glass-enclosed tub/shower.
A bold steel staircase leads to the expansive and flexible upper level, where you'll find windows facing north and south. Enjoy plenty of room for a media room and home office, flanked by large master and secondary bedrooms, each with roomy closets. Currently configured as a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home, this spacious floor plan can easily up to two more bathrooms.
300 West 14th is a New York City landmark known as the Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company Building. Converted to condominium use in 2000, the 1906 structure boasts a stately neo-classical design with Beaux-Arts elements, 11 unique duplex residences and an attended lobby where the original bank vault is still visible.
Surrounded by Chelsea, the Meatpacking District and Greenwich Village, this home offers a front-row ticket to fantastic shopping, dining and nightlife, including Chelsea Market and the Gansevoort Market food hall just blocks away. The High Line and 500-acre Hudson River Park deliver glorious outdoor space and recreation, and transportation is effortless with A/C/E and L lines literally outside your door and 1/2/3, F/M and PATH trains all nearby.
Some photos have been virtually staged. Seller is offering a credit for the second bathroom.