This top-floor, floor-thru apartment in a brownstone dating from the 1840's is located on historic 11th Street in Manhattan's Greenwich Village, between 5th and 6th Avenues.
Best described as a small country house in the city, the apartment has 7 skylights, one working and one cosmetic fireplace, built in bookshelves, and, in addition to a generous living and dining areas, a 300 square foot roof deck with grill that overlooks the block's central garden and can seat 10 for dinner. The abundant windows, skylights, and fireplaces make this a perfect place to enjoy summer, fall, winter or spring in the VIllage.
The apartment is furnished with a mix of American antiques and modern furniture, with a smattering of contemporary art, and is situated on one of the most central, charming blocks in the Village: 4 blocks from both Unions Square (with its abundant farmer's market)! and Washington Square, across the street from the New School, adjacent to many NYU facilities, and a short walk from all major Manhattan subway lines. The central location makes city exploration easy, but, you may not want to leave!
Cost includes wifi, cable television (all channels), and utilities, including 4 wall unit air-conditioners. A washer and dryer are included in the apartment, and kitchen amenities include rice cooker, immersion blender, blender, Chemex and French press coffee makers, microwave, toaster oven. Longer-term stays (10 nights or more) preferred. A second bedroom can be provided in special circumstances.
The apartment is one of three apartments in an owner-occupied brownstone, with no doorman. The building is quite quiet, with an 'old Greenwich Village" feel. Guests are asked to exercise care in conforming to the low-key atmosphere of the building.
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