Property Crush

A Landmarked Brownstone Apartment on the Perfect Block (With a Woodburning Fireplace!)

published Mar 5, 2017
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Ready for a dose of vintage perfection in the Meatpacking District? This one bedroom is up for grabs.


72 Perry Street 2A, NY, NY
1 bedroom | 1 bath
Landmarked Brownstone, working fireplace, high ceilings
$725,000 | $939 monthly maintenance
Property website

A sunny, high-ceiling-ed one bedroom in a 1910 Brownstone with a working wood-burning fireplace: that’s pretty much the dictionary definition of “good bones” when it comes to apartment hunting. When you are starting out with good light, good space and vintage architectural details, just about anything you do next will be a success.

Things We Love About this Property Crush:

  • Entry into the kitchen, rather than directly into the living/dining area maximizes the usable living space.
  • Big windows in both the living/dining area and the bedrooms make for a super sunny space; one of the most important parts of any home, but especially one on the petite side.
  • Super cool patterned wood floors – not your same-old same-old builder grade installation.
  • THAT FIREPLACE – it makes the room and is placed perfectly to be a focal point (and a cozy source of heat) no matter where you are seated in the space.

The co-op features also features granite counters and a dishwasher, along with private storage and free laundry in the building.

Deep in the heart of the West Village, the location can’t be beat, right down to the tree-lined block and the hop, skip and a jump to Hudson River park.

The property is listed for $725,00 at Douglas Elliman by Justin Figari and Noble Black.

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