A rare opportunity to create your own duplex home in a pre-war condominium in the heart of Greenwich Villiage. Apartments 8D and 9D are now available at Devonshire House, a spectacular prewar condominium located on 10th Street and University Place. Currently configured as two 2 bedroom apartments and being offered together as a potential 4 bedrooms 3 baths duplex home, see the suggested floorplan. This residence would be comprised of 2,186 square feet, a corner home with light and views west and north. Entering on the 8th floor, where there would be a windowed open kitchen and dining area, the gracious 14 by 30 living room overlooks University Place. On this level there would be one bedroom facing north along with a lovely windowed bath. On the 9th floor there could be 2 bedrooms sharing a Jack and Jill bath plus a lovely master with an on suite. A chance like this to have 4 bedrooms and 3 full baths is not often available. Why settle for someone else's taste when you can design your own residence. Bring your imagination. Exclusively through Classic Marketing.
Greenwich Village (also known as West Village) extends from Houston Street to 14 Street west of Fourth Avenue and Lafayette Street. However, Greenwich Village proper is now thought of as being the area west of Sixth Avenue and Greenwich Avenue. The Village has been widely known as a bohemian community of artists and writers since the 1920s, yet is a neighborhood that never stops evolving and reinventing itself. With New York University, Washington Square Park and a busy shopping district at its center, it continues to be a popular and active place to live. Every turn can bring you to a place rich with city history. Due to the lack of high-rises, the residential streets remain beautiful and elegant with many attractive old brick townhouses and pre-war apartments. There are also many classic condo and co-op buildings in the area.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more