[SOLD] 260 West 10th STREET, apt. 1w
Co-op: Bedroom:1 | Bathrooms:2
Asking Price: $1,675,000
|Fully renovated||Hardwood floors|
|Private entrance||Oversized windows|
|Exposed brick||13’ high ceilings|
|Great closet space||Dining room|
|Wood-burning fireplace||Abundant storage|
|Full apartment sound system|
Loaded with character and warmth, this is the West Village apartment you have been waiting for! This spacious triplex with its private, gated, entrance, captures the essence of townhouse living. Prewar charm such as exposed brick, hardwood floors, and a wood-burning fireplace blend seamlessly with modern finishes -- the result of a recent, impeccable, full renovation. Enter this home and immediately admire the 13’ high ceilings and oversized windows, spanning the full length of the walls, and awash with light.
The grand, loft-like living room is adorned with handmade Indonesian chandeliers. The kitchen has tumbled slate floors, Caesarstone countertops and reclaimed hemlock cabinets. Adjacent to the fireplace, is a cozy, windowed dining area. The full bath on the main level features bamboo floors and a wall of stunning recycled glass tiles. The spacious mezzanine level offers many possibilities including a potential second bedroom, media room, or office. Grass cloth walls adorn the lower level master suite with windows facing greenery and a hallway leading to the walk-in closet and white marble bathroom. Other perks include central air and a full apartment sound system with in-wall speakers and separate controls. Natural, sustainable materials have been used throughout the apartment. There is abundant storage in many forms – closets, cabinets, shelves and kitchen pantry.
The beautifully maintained building roof deck has gorgeous views of the Manhattan skyline and is perfect for outdoor entertaining. Like your very own house in the West Village, this unique, one-of-a-kind maisonette features parking on the premises. The apartment is ideally situated two blocks from the Hudson River Park, a few blocks from the Highline and the new Whitney museum, in a historic neighborhood famous for its fabulous shopping, restaurants, off-Broadway theaters and endless activities.