The median asking price for a home in Greenwich Village is $1.5 million, according to StreetEasy’s Data Dashboard. That puts our most popular sale for September 28 at more than half a million dollars below average for this iconic neighborhood.
When people dream of moving to New York City, this is just the kind of funky, downtown apartment they picture. The soaring ceilings, the enormous arched windows, the exposed brick, the lofted bedroom. And then there’s this home’s stunning Juliet balcony. Not only does it provide a welcome bit of fresh air in these stay-at-home times, but oh, that view! You can see the entire stretch of lower Broadway from here, with all the cast-iron buildings, architectural flourishes, and downtown bustle a New Yorker could ever want.
Of course, that’s not all this Greenwich Village 1BR has going for it. The bespoke kitchen is all of walnut and honed marble, with top-of-the-line designer appliances (including a dishwasher). The foyer entry and the bedroom both have custom closets, and there’s a nook beside the kitchen that makes a perfect home office space. The historic Bleecker Court co-op provides a doorman, laundry, and storage, with Washington Square Park just a few blocks away.
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