This just-right West Village co-op is the result of the combination of one lucky pre-war apartment and its downstairs twin; it may be priced like a one-bedroom co-op at $1.445 million, but it has the looks–and back garden–of a classic townhouse. The one-bedroom duplex at 92 Horatio Street has had a recent tasteful renovation, and two floors of space and an enchanting 250-square-foot garden on the ground floor are enviable just to start with. All of those things are located in one of Manhattan’s most sought-after neighborhoods.
The lower level of this dreamy duplex showcases a large open space with exposed brick, high ceilings, wood floors, and a working fireplace. A dramatic living room is elevated by a wall of floor-to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors.
Those doors open onto a 250-square-foot private oasis ready for entertaining, gardening, or meditative lounging. A newly renovated kitchen is equipped with Fisher & Paykel appliances, a Viking gas range, a vented hood, and granite countertops.
Upstairs, a studio-sized master suite offers pale tranquility–and a windowed dressing area, custom closets, and another fireplace. A spa-like master bath looks like the perfect place to unwind.
Additional perks include a just-renovated lobby, central A/C, a bike room and laundry (with the option of an in-unit washer/dryer with board permission). The pet-friendly elevator building is just steps from the High Line and Hudson River Park as well as the Whitney Museum and the Meatpacking District for indoor pursuits.