366 W 11TH ST, Apt PHB


West Village

1 BD, 2 BA

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VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE click the Virtual Tour icon above the photos. SAFE ZONE this condo features several enhancements to environmental safety/control: UV treated reverse-osmosis water filtration (UV light destroys viruses and bacteria) ensures a safe drinking water supply, while each floor has a built-in, through-wall HEPA filtration unit which creates a positive pressure clean environment-your own safe and hypoallergenic sanctuary. In addition to these upgrades, the penthouse level offers a safe distance from the street for enjoying the private balcony perfect for enjoying the sunset and absolutely stunning views of the Hudson, the neighborhood and the city beyond. Formerly configured as a two bedroom, this unique space has been transformed into a very large one bed, one and a half bath with lounge area. This loft-like residence with an industrial vibe also features many thoughtful extras, including radiant-floor heating, wood-burning fireplace, sound abated walls, built-in shelving, dual Mitsubishi split heating/cooling system, open kitchen with stainless appliances from Miele and Sub-Zero, stacked Miele washer/dryer, deep Jacuzzi tub and walk-in shower with 7 directional shower heads.The building features 24 hour attended lobby, live-in super, roof deck, laundry, and of course, one of the very best locations.

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Property: 366 W 11TH ST


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