This 1-bedroom is part of the 422 Hudson St. complex, a 169-apartment building that fronts three streets (Hudson, Barrow and Morton). A slew of StreetEasy shoppers are loving this West Village location, kitchen remodel (Liebherr, Bosch and KitchenAid appliances) and the privacy of the bedroom. Relatively low monthlies ($1,105) plus pied-à-terre use, and sublets are allowed. Scott Hernandez at Corcoran is the sellers agent.
This 1-bedroom sold for $590,000 in 2012, and is now back on the market for $650,000. The kitchen and bath remodel was done before 2012, so this new pricing from listing agent Trish Goodwin at Compass adequately reflects minimal appreciation. This apartment is well below the neighborhood median sales price of $995,000, so it has great upside. Plus, use as a pied-à-terre and pets are allowed.
Not everyone is hung up on having an open-concept floor plan, since they’re not really conducive for privacy and noise control. This East Village 2-bedroom is studded with built-in cabinets and storage to maximize its space, plus delivers a large, private dining room, remodeled galley kitchen and a living room where you can actually read a book in peace. Josh Rubin at Douglas Elliman is the sellers agent.
Hats off to the ingenuity of this unconventional duplex located in a renovated carriage house with just 4 total units. A modern, soothing remodeled interior is spacious on the first floor, where there’s large kitchen, dining room and living room. Upstairs, a private terrace sits off one of the 2 bedrooms. It has gated parking and maintenance is only $638. The sellers agent is Phyllis Norton-Towers from Brown Harris Stevens.
Just look at this incredibly unique loft-like apartment with all kinds of angles, stairs, windows and architectural quirks to make living fun. Flexible space can yield a second bedroom, and comes with blackout shades. The “elevated” kitchen has a dishwasher, there’s laundry in the building and pets are allowed. Oliver Nicholas at HomeDax is the listing agent.