Just a few months ago, Nate Berkus and his husband, fellow interior designer Jeremiah Brent, moved to New York from Los Angeles. But now the popular couple is ready for yet another change—they have decided to sell their charming apartment in New York City’s bustling Greenwich Village neighborhood for $800,000.
The one bedroom, one-bathroom co-op is situated in a 19th-century brownstone at 2 East 12th Street. As to be expected, the cozy home, which they shared with their two young children, beautifully showcases the designers’ passion for decorating. Step inside the high-design space and you’ll find an eye-catching mix of vintage furniture layered with pieces from the design duo’s current collections. The best part? For an additional price, one lucky buyer can purchase the apartment fully furnished. The co-op is the perfect space for someone who’s long been a fan of Berkus and Brent’s timeless design aesthetic, which is known for being livable yet elevated.
Scroll down for a look inside the Instagram-worthy apartment, complete with a marble fireplace, oversized windows, and other impressive original details. Emily Beare, Kiana Dunn, and Beth Doud of CORE are handling the listing.
1 The co-op is located in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village neighborhood.
2 The living room features a marble fireplace as well as three large south-facing windows.
3 The space also boasts 11’4 ceilings.
4 The apartment features an intimate dining nook, plus one bedroom and a bathroom.
It also comes with storage and the building includes a laundry area for convenience.
5 It can be yours for $800,000.