Space, views, and light abound in this oversized one bedroom located in one of the finest prewar cooperatives in prime Greenwich Village between University Place and Broadway on picturesque 10th Street. In addition, there are numerous walk-in closets, a gas fireplace, large casement windows, a Juliet balcony, a large eat-in windowed kitchen, and intact original details.
A gracious foyer welcomes you into this wonderful home and leads to an oversized 25'10"x 15' north facing living room with gas fireplace, beautiful mantel, gorgeous hardwood floors, high beamed ceilings, and a wall of casement windows - including access to a charming Juliet...
Other special features of this apartment include high prewar ceilings, city-quiet windows, through-the-wall air conditioning in the living room, 1.5 baths, and a kitchen floor made of cork. The $70 monthly Spectrum fee, added to the maintenance, includes high-speed internet and a television package including premium channels.
Built in 1929, 40 and 50 East 10 Street is one of the most desirable prewar cooperatives in Greenwich Village. In addition to a 24-hour-attended front door, there is a resident manager, celebrated landscaped rooftop, backyard garden, gym, children's playroom, laundry room, bike room, storage, and a number of small rooms located on the building's top floor available for rent as quiet work spaces. Many capital improvements, including new elevators, a new roof, a dual burner system, and extensive faade work, have been completed in the last ten years.
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