75 Bank St, Apt 6-M


West Village

Studio, 1 BA

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First Open House Sunday February 23rd from 1-3

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Welcome home to this sun blasted West Village stunner perched on the top floor of famous Abingdon Court. This bright, airy and spacious junior one exudes charm from every square inch. Featuring a wall of oversized South West facing windows this sun blasted home gets an abundance of natural light. Expansive views of downtown Manhattan as well as Sunsets over the Hudson River complete this home. Moments away from the best restaurants and shops the neighborhood has to offer. This is truly the quintessential West Village dream.

Abingdon Court (at 75 Bank Street), is a full-service prewar cooperative situated on the corner of Bank and Bleecker Streets on a serene, residential, tree-lined block in the coveted West Village. The building is distinguished by its signature landscaped entrance court with evergreen hedges flanking the walkway. Alternating beige and red glazed brick define the stately Art Deco facade.
Building allows pets, and gifts. Sorry no co purchasing or pied a terres

  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 75 Bank St


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  • Doorman Doorman
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Pre war Pre war

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