29 East 9th Street | Apartment 3
Enjoy this impeccably gut renovated, pre-war two bedroom duplex in one of the most elegant and sought after buildings in the heart of Greenwich Village.
With its large living area, two en-suite bedrooms, separate eat-in and windowed kitchen and additional powder room, the layout is perfect as a sophisticated primary residence or as the quintessential New York City pied-a terre while being well suited for entertaining guests.
An elegant entry foyer leads to an impeccably renovated exquisite staircase, powder room and guest coat closet on the left while inviting guests into the spacious living area on the right. The living and entertainment space offers a gas fireplace, a custom bar built-in as well as a wall of windows. The windowed, eat-in kitchen is well equipped with generous counter space, ample storage and stainless steel Viking and Miele appliances. The main floor master en-suite bedroom contains ample storage as well as a sizable, gut renovated bathroom with a steam shower. The charming upstairs en-suite second bedroom includes access to an in-unit washer dryer, additional closet space as well as a renovated second full bath featuring a jacuzzi tub.
Built in 1925 as one of three connected pre-war buildings, #29, #35 and #45, 29 East 9th Street is a full-service co-op which affords its residences with conveniences including a landscaped roof deck with views of downtown, a full-service doorman, live-in super, bike storage, private storage and maids rooms (wait list).
29 East 9th Street was designed in 1924 by the renowned American architect Harvey Wiley Corbett, known for a number of landmark buildings in New York City and London including Rockefeller Center and Eleven Madison. The building offers its residents an uncompromising location just moments away from Washington Square Park, charming restaurants, cafes, corner groceries, boutique shops as well as Union Square.
Pets and pied-a-terres are welcome.
Property Id : 439
Price: $ 2,699,000
Year Built: 1925
Cats & Dogs
Pied a Terre
Laundry in Building