This newly updated 1 BR Co-op enjoys sunny interior views from walls of windows throughout the home. The living room, with stylishly refinished parquet flooring, is bright and spacious with separate dining area. The kitchen recently outfitted with new stainless steel appliances, has tons of cabinet storage and features a peninsula counter with cook top and small seating area for company as you prepare the meal. The king sized bedroom has a large closet and the bathroom offers tub/shower and linen closet directly across the hall. 49 West 12th Street (Anderson House) is a well-run, highly regarded Co-op on a prime, tree lined block in historic Greenwich Village. Built in 1952 and converted in 1983, the building's red-brick facade features a single-story white masonry base and a green canopied entrance. This relatively small, 10 story mid-rise building has 70 apartments and an expansive, colorfully landscaped roof deck that residents enjoy during the day and well into the evening hours. The Co-op staff includes a resident manager, full time doorman and porters. Co-op rules allow pets and pied-a-terres but do not allow parents purchasing for adult children, co-purchasing, gifting or guarantors; subletting permitted for two years; up to 75% financing. Bike room, storage and laundry are in the basement. Anderson House is conveniently located midway between Fifth and 6th Avenues near Union Square and Washington Square Park, The New School and NYU, in a neighborhood renowned for its destination restaurants and nightlife.