50 West 9th Street, New York, NY
Centrally located within the Gold Coast of Greenwich Village, discover this gorgeously renovated large one-bedroom with incredible prewar charm. Step through the entry foyer to a beautifully finished open kitchen, large dining room and oversized living room with a wood-burning fireplace. Two exposures and 10 foot ceilings in the great room allow for ample light and views of Freedom Tower to the south. The large bedroom also has double exposures to the south and west and another wood-burning fireplace as well as a wall of closets. The renovated bathroom is lined with porcelain subway tiles accented with a Carrara marble vanity, towel warner and radiant heat flooring. Built in 1883 by Ralph Townsend, 50 West 9th Street is one of three highly sought-after buildings in the Village that comprise of the 54-unit cooperative. The Portsmouth/Hampshire co-op is a full service, doorman building with a recently renovated lobby, a one-of-a-kind glass and wrought iron elevator, on-site laundry and bike room. With abundant public transportation options and countless restaurants and retail, the building is surrounded by all Greenwich Village has to offer and is only a short walk to Washington Square Park, Union Square, Flatiron, Chelsea and Soho.
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