Exposures overlooking tree-lined Mercer Street in iconic Greenwich Village, this approximately 1200sqft, true 2-bedroom and 2-bathroom home with low carrying charges, is a welcome respite from the bustling city. Well-proportioned apartments are a rarity in Manhattan, and this home is not lacking; both bedrooms are generously sized, and the extra wide living room with open chef's kitchen is the perfect space for all your entertaining needs. For the serious chef, the kitchen was painstakingly renovated to accommodate deep counter space, ample storage, a Wolf range and grill, a Frigidaire oven, a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Bosch dishwasher, and another rarity, a large range hood vented to the outside of the building. In speaking to the apartment's spaciousness, a full second bathroom tiled in white Carrara marble was also recently installed. This home also features a full-sized washer/dryer, in-ceiling speakers, an electric fireplace in the living room, two 8' artisan bedroom doors, and off of the primary bedroom, there is a large walk-in closet and a spacious ensuite bathroom with a 5' wide shower enclosure and double vanity sink. Punctuating this home are nods to its industrial past with its approximately 10' ceilings, an unusually wide and long entryway perfectly sized for your art collection, and an exposed brick wall that makes any home more inviting.
The Snug Harbor co-op is steeped in NYC history and is comprised of 3 former industrial buildings converted into exceptional pre-war apartments with a charming planted residents courtyard at its center. This pet friendly building also has a full-time doorman, live-in resident manager and friendly staff, which only adds to its charm.
Ideally positioned at the crossroads of Greenwich Village, the East Village and NoHo and a short distance away from SoHo and the West Village, Snug Harbor is surrounded by some of the best shopping destinations, world-class dining and celebrated cultural venues that the city has to offer. Nearby train lines include the 4,5,6,R,W,L,N,Q,B,F,M,A,C,E and the PATH.