The median asking price for a home in the East Village is $1.3 million, according to StreetEasy’s Data Dashboard. That puts our most popular sale for September 21 at more than $500K below average for this always-popular neighborhood.
Fall has arrived! As temperatures drop and outdoor activities start to dwindle, wouldn’t it be nice to curl up in front of a cozy fire on those chilly evenings? This East Village 1BR offers a lovely wood-burning fireplace for just that purpose. And that’s not the only stylish feature here either, by far. A full wall of whitewashed exposed brick, pale hardwood floors, and 10-foot ceilings give the living space an open, airy feel. The sleek, updated open kitchen features Caesarstone countertops, custom cabinets, and a breakfast bar with plenty of seating space. The bathroom is also modern and nicely tiled, with a rainfall shower head. There’s no closet in the bedroom, but there is room enough for a queen-size bed, and there’s a big floor-to-ceiling closet in the living room for storage.
If you can pull yourself away from that fireplace, this co-op is beautifully located in a great little corner of the East Village. From its tree-lined block you can easily access Astor Place, Union Square, Washington Square Park, and all the shops and restaurants that this eternally hip ‘hood has to offer. There’s also an elevator and shared laundry for convenience.
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Contact Anne-Laure Touchard at R New York for more information.