Rarely does the front-facing 2 bedroom I-line become available in this top prewar Greenwich Village cooperative at 40-50 East 10th Street. The largest of the original layouts in the building, this elegant home offers 11 windows facing tree-lined 10th Street.
A gracious foyer leads to a 25' long living room with beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplace and original stone mantel. Three classic casement windows frame the sun-filled north facing wall with window seats below. The windowed eat-in kitchen is large enough for a table for four and can accommodate multiple layout possibilities. The foyer and bedroom hall open to a guest bedroom/office (currently used as a library) and large primary bedroom, both with walk-in closets, excellent proportions and a recently renovated full bathroom. The powder room off of the kitchen has also been recently renovated. The apartment features original oak floors throughout and ceiling height of 9 feet.
Built in 1929 and converted in 1963, 40-50 East 10th Street is a prewar co-op located in the heart of Greenwich Village. The building has a full-time doorman, a live-in super, common laundry, bicycle storage, fitness and children's rooms, storage, and a large and beautifully landscaped rooftop terrace.
Just minutes from Washington Square Park and Union Square, the building is surrounded by the best restaurants, cafes and shops the Village has to offer. While primary home ownership is preferred, the cooperative will consider pied-a-terre ownership on a limited case-by-case basis. 60% maximum financing allowed. Nearby subway lines include the 4/5/6/L/N/R/Q/W.
Listing Courtesy of Compass.