A classic high-floor 2 bedroom/2 bathroom residence at the Butterfield House, 37 West 12th Street. This floor-through apartment is flooded with light from the oversized windows on both ends of the home. The sunny south facing living room offers picturesque views of historic Greenwich Village and the building's famous courtyard. The private terrace is accessed from the living room. The renovated kitchen is open to the separate, generously proportioned dining room. The kitchen is outfitted with a massive island covered in marble and top-shelf appliances including SubZero, Gaggenau, and Bosch. The bedroom wing of the residence offers dual dressing rooms and two enlarged, updated baths. The kitchen, dining room and master bedroom all face north with views of the Empire State Building. The Butterfield House is considered one of the most important and beautiful post World War II apartment houses in New York City. Built in 1962 by Architects Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, residents enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, a full time doorman, on-site garage, state of the art fitness facility, bike room, separate storage, and a central laundry room.