67 East 11th Street, New York, New York, 10003

67 East 11th Street Apt: 517
New York NY 10003

Cross street:University Place

Building

Type:Loft
Era:Post-war
Floors:7

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 3
Bedrooms: 1 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $999,000
Maintenance: $1,755
Financing Allowed: 80%
Minimum down: $199,800

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Description

Make Your Move into this Greenwich Village 19th century Duplex-Loft that boasts soaring 13’ ceilings, modern renovations, exceptional storage space and gorgeous original character. That’s right, all the original and restored cast iron Corinthian Columns have been well-kept and are highlighted in this lovely home. The first floor opens into a welcoming foyer space and your eloquent full bathroom dressed in square white tiles. Followed is the staircase to the upper floor and the hall with countless storage space along the wall. This hall leads to an incredible living room with vaulted ceilings and a wall of south facing windows with automatic shades that soak up natural light. There is recessed lighting and chestnut ash hardwood floors throughout and enough space that an oversized dining table that can sit up to six guests fits just right. Adjacent to the dining area is a full wall of custom cabinetry that can be used as a center piece for decorations or as a bookshelf. There is also shelving along the upper floor facing the living room for additional decorations or storage. The kitchen is sleek and pristine with stainless steel Samsung appliances including a dishwasher. Also found in the kitchen is a tasteful island perfect for additional storage and preparation for any meal. The upper loft is where you’ll find a cozy bed space accompanied by custom built-ins such as a desk or shelf space, and the surprise of generous L-shaped closet. Opposite the bed is a wall that can mount a TV perfectly. This quintessential village home is located in the historic Cast Iron Building, which was built in 1868, and essentially neighbors Union Square and is a short distance to the west side. You will find some of NYC’s finest dining and shops just outside your home. Converted to Co-ops at the end of the 20th century, it is now one of the most popular full-service luxury buildings, with 24-hour front desk staff, live-in super, common laundry room, and a gorgeous roof deck. There is also available storage and a bike room. Subletting, gift-purchasing, co-purchasing, & pied-a-terres are accepted per board approval. There is no flip tax and pets are welcomed!

Amenities

Alarm System; Bike Room; Laundry Room On Every Floor; Roof Deck; Private Storage; Digital TV;

  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Full service
  • Laundry Room
  • Roof Deck

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Make Your Move into this Greenwich Village 19th century Duplex Loft that boasts soaring 13 ceilings, modern renovations, exceptional storage space and gorgeous original character.

Description

Make Your Move into this Greenwich Village 19th century Duplex-Loft that boasts soaring 13’ ceilings, modern renovations, exceptional storage space and gorgeous original character. That’s right, all the original and restored cast iron Corinthian Columns have been well-kept and are highlighted in this lovely home. The first floor opens into a welcoming foyer space and your eloquent full bathroom dressed in square white tiles. Followed is the staircase to the upper floor and the hall with countless storage space along the wall. This hall leads to an incredible living room with vaulted ceilings and a wall of south facing windows with automatic shades that soak up natural light. There is recessed lighting and chestnut ash hardwood floors throughout and enough space that an oversized dining table that can sit up to six guests fits just right. Adjacent to the dining area is a full wall of custom cabinetry that can be used as a center piece for decorations or as a bookshelf. There is also shelving along the upper floor facing the living room for additional decorations or storage. The kitchen is sleek and pristine with stainless steel Samsung appliances including a dishwasher. Also found in the kitchen is a tasteful island perfect for additional storage and preparation for any meal. The upper loft is where you’ll find a cozy bed space accompanied by custom built-ins such as a desk or shelf space, and the surprise of generous L-shaped closet. Opposite the bed is a wall that can mount a TV perfectly. This quintessential village home is located in the historic Cast Iron Building, which was built in 1868, and essentially neighbors Union Square and is a short distance to the west side. You will find some of NYC’s finest dining and shops just outside your home. Converted to Co-ops at the end of the 20th century, it is now one of the most popular full-service luxury buildings, with 24-hour front desk staff, live-in super, common laundry room, and a gorgeous roof deck. There is also available storage and a bike room. Subletting, gift-purchasing, co-purchasing, & pied-a-terres are accepted per board approval. There is no flip tax and pets are welcomed!

Amenities

Alarm System; Bike Room; Laundry Room On Every Floor; Roof Deck; Private Storage; Digital TV;

  • Air Conditioning
  • Elevator
  • Full service
  • Laundry Room
  • Roof Deck

Neighborhood

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