How much for a Greenwich Village co-op that spans three levels?
Can you guess the correct asking price?
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What/Where: 1BR, 1BA co-op in Greenwich Village
Square Footage: N/A
Maintenance/Common Charges: $1,472
This one-bedroom cop-op in Greenwich Village spans across three floors and gives a loft-like feel. The building that houses the unit dates back to the early 20th-century and the apartment features a handful of prewar details that include exposed brick walls, original wood floors, and a living room fireplace.
There is a sizable living room with oversized windows and a staircase that leads to the second level, where the dining room, kitchen, and bathroom resides. The kitchen features a simple layout with low-frills cabinetry and white appliances (a renovation couldn’t hurt, if you ask us). The highest level is where the bedroom is located, along with a large closet.
The building offers a decent amenity package that includes a laundry room, video security/intercom systems, a live-in super, and an elevator. The N and R line’s Eighth Street subway station is four blocks away.
So, how much do you think this place is asking?