Located in the Charlton-King-Vandam Historic District, a landmarked district in Greenwich Village, this 4-story Queen Anne style condominium building was built as a Grammar school in 1886. Many of the former classroom characteristics, like the nearly 15-foot ceilings, exposed brick, hardwood oak floors and oversized, 10-foot high picture windows make for a wonderful and unique home.
Upon entering this amazing loft-like apartment, you are greeted with brilliant south facing sunshine. Moving into the home you are greeted with the large living/dining area with soaring ceiling height and a generous open kitchen to left. There is also a washer/dryer next to the entry. As we move up to the second level, we enter the wonderful bedroom, with two oversized windows and a soaring ceiling height as well as superb closet space. The rest of the second level features a large bathroom with soaking tub, as well as an office area that overlooks the great room. The apartment also has an incredible sound system along with a large flat screen TV, deluxe kitchen appliances and a sleeping nook for overnight guests.
A landmarked elevator building, 29 King Street's location is just superb at the border of both the West Village and Soho. Features include a small garden for barbecuing, a full-time super and laundry room in the building. 29 King Street is a pet and celebrity friendly building that is moments away from transportation and all the charm that Soho and the West Village have to offer.