This very cute one-bedroom co-op at the Soho building 57 Thompson Street has hit the market at a price of $730,000. Besides the good location, just east of 6th Avenue, it’s got nice details like painted exposed brick, arched windows and some newer finishes in the kitchen and bathroom. It’s a small pad, sure, but it packs in enough charm to impress.
Through a long foyer you enter a living room with an open kitchen to your left. The living area doesn’t look large enough to hold a dining table, but the kitchen boasts a reclaimed wood breakfast bar that provides some extra counter space and seating.
The bedroom’s small, too, but at least its got a big window and some painted, exposed brick character.
The bathroom was renovated with marble tiles, while the kitchen got new stainless steel appliances.
57 Thompson Street is a six-story co-op that was built in 1931. It holds 32 apartments, mostly studios, one- and two-bedrooms. Perks include an elevator, live-in super, laundry room and common storage area. But we’re especially digging the central SoHo location of the building, right between Broome and Spring streets.