Thirty windows, a huge terrace, and great views makes this uniquely beautiful penthouse triplex one of the best values in the West Village. Approximately 3,000 square feet, the space exudes personality and warmth with its subtly painted brick walls, high ceilings, oversized windows and a sense of peace and quiet. A keyed elevator opens directly into the two main floors of the loft.
The living level (sixth floor) has an excellent layout for entertaining with a large living area with three exposures, views of Jackson Square and lower Manhattan, and a fireplace. The chef's kitchen is well-equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, great counter space, and is open to the living area. Additionally, there is a sleek butler's pantry, formal dining and a charming powder room.
The bedroom level (fifth floor) is perfectly removed from the living spaces. The very spacious master suite is both sunny and quiet, an unusual combination in the city, and has two exposures, a wood-burning fireplace, a large dressing room and an en-suite windowed bath. There are two additional bedrooms, which share a beautiful bath.
On the seventh floor is the piece de resistance with its beautifully landscaped rooftop terrace, stunning views and a modernist glass and steel structure containing two chic rooms, a galley kitchen and a full bath. Hardwood floors, central air, built-in sound system, laundry and private storage in the basement round out this special home.
24 Horatio Street is an intimate and discreet four-unit co-op, centrally located near the High Line, the Meat Market, the Whitney, and all of the mom-and-pop stores, which make the West Village a most desirable neighborhood. Smoking is not permitted in the building.