Classic two bedroom home in one of the most desirable full-service pre-war co-ops in Greenwich Village! The elegant 40-50 East 10th Street is known for its casement windows, wood burning fireplaces, graciously proportioned apartments on one of the best tree-lined blocks in the Village. A wide dramatic entrance gallery leads to a grand living room flooded with southern sunlight through a wall of casement windows, this bright and airy home has original pre-war detailing including 9.5 ft beamed ceiling, inlaid wood floors, and a wood burning fireplace with carved stone mantel. This corner unit is pin drop quiet with elegantly proportioned bedrooms that share a jack and jill windowed bathroom. The windowed eat in kitchen is spacious with a pantry. 40-50 East 10th Street was built in 1929 by Helme & Corbett Architects - the firm responsible for One Fifth Avenue and the Metropolitan Life North Building on Madison Square Park. The well-run co-operative has a full-time doorman, live-in building superintendent, and amenities including one of the most beautifully landscaped roof terraces in the Village, fitness room, children's playroom, laundry room, storage, bike room, and a quiet landscaped back garden. The building has just completed a stunning lobby and hallway renovation. Enjoy easy access to trains and the best restaurants, bars, shopping, and city life along University Place, and in and around Union Square and Washington Square Park. Apartment 3B is truly a special home not to be missed! First Open House Sunday May 20th 1:00pm-2:30pm or call for appointment.