Welcome to this first time ever offered opportunity to own a large seamless combination apartment with 3 bedrooms (convertible 4br), 2 bath corner prewar apartment designed by renowned architect Rosario Candela's finest downtown achievements on the Gold Coast of lower Fifth Avenue.
Apartments of this scale are extremely rare with abundant space, light and storage, in a prime location where residents enjoy a full-service building with attentive elevator operators, doormen, a live-in superintendent and a lush rooftop garden high above to enjoy the ultimate sanctuary within the madding crowds of the city.
Now priced to sell, this property is perfect for someone who loves putting their own mark on where they live. Many of these units have been combined and alterations vary from simply removing a portion of the kitchen wall to creating a more open floor plan as seen in alternate plans.
Situated within the Greenwich Village Historic District amongst tree-lined streets and townhomes, this large extraordinary home combined with a sense of intimacy features a beautifully-proportioned entry foyer making you feel at right at home. This graceful entry separates the spacious living room and large windowed kitchen from the family room, bedrooms and master bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
This corner apartment offers three protected views in an area known for low-lying buildings and townhouses. The expanse of northern windows delivers timeless views of the landmarked Beaus Art neighboring building and lovely views of the historic streetscape with beautifully appointed village townhouses. The southern exposure with oversized windows in the gracious living room and kitchen with abundant counter space are bathed in sunlight with verdant garden views ideal for entertaining or relaxing quiet time and meals.
The master bedroom features an en-suite bathroom with two closets and one large walk-in closet. At the opposite end are two additional bedrooms separated by a family room with an adjoining smaller room with a large window once used as a kitchen can easily be converted to a fully equipped laundry room with custom storage.
Intact prewar charm maintaining the rich aesthetic of its earlier time one hopes for include lovely hardwood floors, high ceilings, moldings throughout, beautiful doors and window frames stripped to natural wood, all provide a sense of warmth with abundant large and deep closet spaces throughout.
All this in the most desired of all neighborhoods in the city with its unique mix of pre-war architecture, tree-lined streets, cafes, boutiques and just a stone's throw from Union Square and Washington Square Park with subways in all directions.ee-lined streets, cafes, boutiques and just a stone's throw from Union Square and Washington Square Park with subways in all directions.