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210 Sixth Ave. 6FG, New York, NY 10014

$1,895,000
Listing Details:
$1,895,000 Price
Co-op Property Type
SoHo Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,250 Approx. Sq. Ft.
$2,023 Maint/CC
Key Features:
Doorman
Prewar
Elevator
Laundry
Allows Pets
Storage
Description:

Welcome to a most unique character filled home ideally situated at the nexus of Soho and the Village. This remarkable, mint condition, two bedroom, two bathroom apartment has been expertly renovated and perfectly combines modern conveniences while preserving original pre-war details. Overlooking quaint MacDougal Street, this top-floor apartment has open eastern views, is flooded with light and is pin drop quiet. Boasting updated casement windows in every room, through-wall a/c, extensive storage and three massive walk-in closets, this is an apartment not to be missed.The entry foyer welcomes you through arched doorways and flows into the living room and separate dining area. The large windowed kitchen will make any chef happy. It features stainless cabinets, under-counter lighting, Carrara marble tiled backsplash, butcher-block countertops, farmhouse sink, and stainless steel appliances including a Kitchen Aid Range, Liebherr fridge and two Fisher&Paykel drawer dishwashers. Set apart and a true oasis, the master bedroom wing is enormous and offers a large walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom. With magnificent walnut paneling, built-in desk and captains bed; the second bedroom is currently used as a home office and guest room. Both windowed bathrooms have original, refinished cast-iron tubs. The full guest bath features an amazing art wall of ceramic tiles by Harris Strong.Located at the cross roads of the West Village, Washington Square, Soho and Tribeca, the pet friendly, elevator building offers a live-in super, bike storage, central laundry room, and convenient access to amazing restaurants, shopping and P.S. 3.Built in 1928, 210 Avenue of the Americas was the last building, and only apartment building, to be built prior to the start of the Great Depression. Designed by famed architect John B. Peterkin, it combines Art Deco, Art Moderne, and European Modernist influences with a scale which makes it an harmonious presence along the west side of MacDougal Street north of Prince Street. It is part of the Sullivan-Thompson Historic District.

Listing courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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