This quintessential West Village home is a sunny loft-style penthouse duplex with two bedrooms, a room that can be used as a 3rd bedroom or home office, two and a half bathrooms, and a rooftop sunroom and terrace. Located on a quiet, tree-lined, cobblestone street, it features high ceilings, oversized windows, exposed brick walls, white oak floors and storage galore. It offers the best of all worlds-space, character and thoughtful design.
Enter the 5th floor foyer to the living room/dining area with its built-in cabinetry and bookcases, wood-burning fireplace (with smoke-removing inducer fan), half bathroom and engaging views. The modern, well-appointed kitchen will make any home chef happy with its Sub Zero refrigerator, vented professional range, abundant cherry cabinetry and Pennsylvania black slate countertop and breakfast bar.
Ascend the first-floor staircase and enter through a custom-designed, sound-proof, double-glass doorway into a versatile windowed space that can work as either a 3rd bedroom or office. This room can also be entered from the sixth floor hallway door, so it would be perfect for clients. Off the room is a spacious, well-appointed bathroom with a vented washer-dryer closet and a full-length soaking tub. Also on this level is the primary bedroom with an en suite bathroom as well as a second bedroom with a walk-in closet.
Step up another flight and arrive at the glass-enclosed all-season sunroom. Have your morning coffee there or on the private outdoor terrace with its view of the Hudson River as well as an uptown cityscape that includes the Empire State Building.
This coveted Harbor House move-in-ready home also features a forced-air HVAC system and noise-proofing under all of the floors. The building has a live-in super, a part-time doorman, an elevator, a laundry facility, basement storage and an off-the-lobby bike room. The facade is currently being repointed, and there are plans for a lobby remodel.
This prime West Village location is in Manhattan's most sought-after neighborhood-just steps from the fabulous Hudson River Park, the recently-opened Little Island, and the future Gansevoort Peninsula Park (which will be Manhattan's first public beach) as well as the Highline, the Whitney Museum, Chelsea Market, most major subways (A/C/E/L/1/2/3) and the eateries and fashionable boutiques of the Meatpacking District.