111 4TH AVE, Apt 11GH

$1,950,000

East Village

1 BD, 2 BA

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Apartment Details

1

Bed

2

Baths

4

Rooms

Maintenance
$2,583

This truly unique home is unlike anything on or off the market. Two units were combined to form a massive one bed, two bath apartment featuring 14-foot ceilings, two loft spaces, and a massive walk-in closet/dressing area. Perched high above the city streets, this home offers breathtaking views of Grace Church, Greenwich Village, and downtown Manhattan. The residence is large enough that it could be converted to a two-bedroom apartment if needed.

Light pours in through 10-foot tall, west-facing industrial windows, filling this airy, museum-like space. As you enter the apartment you'll find a sleek, open kitchen, efficiently laid out with granite countertops and wooden cabinets. The kitchen has a GE microwave/convection oven, a Bosch dishwasher, and a charming antique GE refrigerator. Beyond the kitchen lies the gracious living room, full of light and charm. Three enormous windows create drama and prestige for this room. Perched above the living room, a full-sized loft boasts incredible storage space. Across from the kitchen, a fully tiled bathroom and linen closet are easily accessible.

The oversized bedroom has three more massive windows and a second loft space, large enough to accommodate furniture or additional storage. Under the loft, closets line the walls of a gracious, yet intimate dressing area. Beyond the dressing area, the master bathroom features marble accents, subway tiles, and yet another closet.

Sound-proofed walls, city-quiet windows, two Nest thermostats with central A/C and heating, wooden parquet floors, and an abundance of storage add to the comfort and charm of this truly lovely home.

Located a short distance from Union Square, convenient public transportation, fantastic shopping, and incredible restaurants. The International Tailoring Company Building is one of the most desirable full-service prewar luxury loft buildings in the Greenwich Village Area. The building features two beautiful landscaped roof decks with stunning open city views in every direction, recently updated laundry rooms on every floor, new elevators, and superb financials. The building staff is extremely friendly and professional. Storage, a bike room, and outdoor parking are subject to availability. Please note, 111 Fourth Avenue is a non-smoking building. Co-purchases, guarantors, and dogs are not permitted. (Apartment is virtually staged)

Courtesy of: Halstead Property, LLC
Property: 111 4TH AVE

1925

Year Built

177

Apartments

13

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Parking garage Parking garage
  • Pre war Pre war

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About East Village

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The East Village extends from East Houston Street to 14th Street, between Fourth Avenue and Lafayette Street and the East River. Home to the original New York punk scene and bikers for decades, the East Village has boomed in recent years into a community alive with residents from all over the world. The available housing consists mainly of walk-up buildings (many of which are now refurbished) and several new residential buildings. The East Village has become home to trendy shops, art galleries, bars and every type of cuisine imaginable. There are also several movie theaters within walking distance, including the newly renovated Sunshine Theater on Houston Street.


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