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West Village Co-Op Packing Prewar Charm Asks $595,000

Curbed // Jul 28, 2016

Welcome back to The Six Digit Club, in which we take a look at a newish-to-market listing priced under $1 million, because nice things sometimes come in small packages. Send nominations to the tipline.


Brokerbabble describes this West Village junior one-bedroom as “the perfect jewel box of a home,” and actually we think that’s a pretty precise descriptor.


This adorable co-op apartment, asking $595,000, is located on the second floor in a 19th-century building and emanates plenty of prewar charm. The focal point of the home is the Italian marble fireplace situated in the center of the living and is accented by features like the neighboring built-in bookcases and double-pane windows.


The small bedroom has a wall lined with William Morris-designed floral wallpaper while the renovated kitchen brings a contemporary touch to the home through its modern appliances and smooth wood cabinetry. Other highlights include the nine-foot high ceilings, original wood floors, and access to the “secret” courtyard that is enclosed by four other co-op buildings.

Original Article: Curbed