Perfect proportions meet style and substance.
Perched atop Greenwich Village's most charming and architecturally charismatic cooperative is the perfect penthouse jewel box of 40 East 10th Street, Apartment PHE. This home is rare by every measure and includes notable distinctions such as impeccable interior architecture and two terraces, one of which runs the full length of the living room and bedroom, and a "morning terrace" accessed from the breakfast room and kitchen. All rooms enjoy warm southern light by way of seven windows and doors onto the two south facing terraces.
PHE has been gut renovated and enjoys modern conveniences such as a stand-alone HVAC system, extensive custom millwork, new windows and doors, service entry (in the kitchen), and appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf. The windowed master bathroom has fixtures by Barbara Barry for Kallista. heated marble slab floor and marble wall tiles. The apartment's main terrace has a 12' wide retractable awning, GFI power outlets and an irrigation system. The terrace adjacent to the breakfast room has plumbing in place to create an outdoor shower if so desired.
40 East 10th Street is one of the village's most venerable cooperatives on arguably its best block. This address espouses the best of Greenwich Village while being close (but not too close) to the conveniences of Union Square to the north while having the undeniably pleasant pace and volume of the Gold Coast. 40 East 10th Street is a full service cooperative, which was originally built in 1929.
PHE has had only 3 owners since the building was converted to a cooperative nearly 50 years ago.