Prewar Coop Built 1898 in
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Landmark loft living in the heart of the West Village! Boasting prewar details: Barrel-vaulted stucco ceilings, exposed brick walls, cast iron columns and oak hard wood floors throughout. An incredible layout with grand entrance foyer, huge walk-in closet, large chefs kitchen with honed granite island. Top appliances abound the kitchen, with a six burner stove-positioned on the island, double 60" Sub Zero fridge/freezer, Miele dishwasher, double wall Dacor stoves, and custom cabinetry throughout. A floor to ceiling pocket door opens into the master bedroom suite through an exposed brick arched doorway, a dressing room and en-suite bath with Duravit fixtures, granite tiled floors and walls with shower stall. A large separate second bedroom is perfectly positioned across from a large second bathroom, Duravit abound with deep soaking Jacuzzi tub. Know as the Waywest Cooperative, originally built in 1889 as a cold storage warehouse is perfectly located on this quintessential cobblestone, tree-lined block of West 12th between West and Washington Streets. A very generous Zen lobby awaits you as you enter with its glass wall revealing an open air garden and a Douglas Abdell metal sculpture. Building also features one of the finest landscaped common roof decks in the city with chaise lounges and tables throughout with unbelievable unobstructed city views. Just half a block from the Hudson River Promenade, a few minutes from the High Line, Whitney Museum and Meatpacking District, with the best shops and restaurants the West Village has to offer.