Interior designer Rhea Breck, who used to work for Celerie Kemble before branching out on her own, and her husband Owen Breck, a partner at asset management firm Heronetta Management, have listed their East Village digs for $2.95 million.
The 12th-floor co-op at 170 Second Ave. comes with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, large windows overlooking St. Mark’s Church and views of the Empire State Building.
The space was formerly Owen Breck’s bachelor pad and came with an Xbox and 50-gallon trash can in the kitchen before Rhea cleaned it up.
The home now sports a grand gallery that opens through sliding French doors into the open chef’s kitchen/dining room with a built-in dining banquette, custom lacquered cabinetry and a large center island. Other features in the home include a Sonos speaker system and Nanz crystal doorknobs throughout.
The listing brokers are Core’s Henry Hershkowitz and Heather McDonough.