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US $1,985,000
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  • 2 bedrooms
  • Doorman
  • Attended Lobby
  • Elevator Attendant
  • Building Courtyard
  • Laundry Room
  • Storage
  • Pre-War
Property description
On one of New York's most coveted streets along the Greenwich Village Gold Coast sit the gorgeous Portsmouth and Hampshire buildings. Artfully designed in 1883 by Ralph Townsend this is Quintessential Village living. An intricate marble lobby with a doorman attended desk that is graced by a spectacular glass and wrought iron design elevator will transport you to another era.Upon entering the apartment you are instantly greeted by an expansive living room with restored oak inlay floors, old world millwork and a soaring 10' ceiling. Cosy up to the wood burning fireplace during winter and enjoy the wonderful light of spring as the trees bloom outside your large picture windows. Refined Forbes and Lomax light switches adorn the walls. French pocket doors lead to the owners bedroom with its own wood burning fireplace, book shelves and period detail millwork. The Calacatta marble bathroom off the hallway is windowed with ample storage. The second bedroom enjoys a quiet setting in the rear of the apartment. A charming kitchen with top of the line appliances, a lovely mirrored dining nook and a bay window perfect for an herb garden. Large closets in the hallway round out this immaculate gem. Welcome home.A stone's throw from New York's most iconic restaurants Babbo, Blue Hill, Rosemary's, small boutiques, hidden gardens, and parks. Close to proximity to transportation, Whole Foods, Union Square Farmers Market, Meatpacking District and so much more. There could not be a more ideal location to live downtown.Co-purchasing and Pied-A -Terres allowed. Pets are welcome. Central Laundry Room and Bicycle storage.
50 WEST 9TH STREET 2A, New York, New York, West 9th Street, New York, New York, United States
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