Lofty 10-foot ceilings, high designer renovation, lush planted terrace, and intimately sized pre-war building make for truly the ultimate combination on this most beloved Greenwich Village block.
Within 3 adjacent townhouses built in 1870, with an ornate original fireplace anchoring the great room, this apartment is now thoroughly modern at the hands of architect Erich Schoenenberger, of SU11 (whose work has been displayed in MoMA, Art Basel, Carnegie Museum of Art, and who has also won the ICFF Editors Award for Best New Designer), with dimmable LED lights, externally vented and soundproofed LG washer dryer, and multi-zone HVAC.
As the centerpiece of the home, the chef's kitchen is tricked out with Custom Lucenti Italian cabinets (with push-to-open and soft close Blum cabinets), Caesarstone Statuario Nuvo countertops, and an expansive thoughtfully outfitted pantry, a 24" Liebherr fridge, 30" five burner Smeg cooktop and oven, externally vented Smeg hood, and 20"-wide extra deep porcelain sink.
The sun-filled bedroom oasis looks out onto tree-lined West 9th Street through Argon-filled triple-glazed CitiQuiet windows. A custom Lucenti Italian walk through closet leads into the five-fixture master bathroom with wall mounted Toto toilet, 60" wide Lacava Kubista double sink and vanity, Hexagonal Carrara Marble floor tiles, ceramic subway tiled walls and radiant heated floors.
When it comes to this home, no stone was left unturned, and nothing is left to be desired. Apartment No. 1 is located on one of the most desired blocks in the City. Adjacent to the subway, Washington Square Park, Jefferson Market Garden, and perfectly located within all of the best restaurants and shopping NYC has to offer.
The co-op is flexible and allows pied a terres, co-purchasing, pets, and subletting.