$1.75M co-op combines industrial loft vibes with West Village bohemian charm

$1.75M co-op combines industrial loft vibes with West Village bohemian charm

All photos courtesy of Celeste Godoy for The Corcoran Team

This maisonette co-op at 92 Horatio Avenue in the scenic West Village brings together typical loft style and pre-war charm, with hidden perks and expansion prospective. Inquiring $1,750,000, the co-op can quickly be re-imagined as a two-bedroom. In its current a single-mattress, two-bathtub state, the apartment has a “mezzanine” sleeping loft accessed by a spiral stair.

Through the household, you will uncover elements that highlight the cozy, uncovered-brick-lined Village vibe as perfectly as high, beamed ceilings and industrial aspects like bamboo and stainless steel.

Uniting these themes is the addition of modern architectural amenities like custom made developed-in cabinetry, suspended shelving, and new hardwood flooring. The home’s kitchen and baths are luxuriously up to date with modern-day fixtures and finishes.

In the open living/dining region, there’s plenty of room to host a feast the adjacent roomy residing room attributes 12-foot ceilings, uncovered brick, and, in a much corner, a soaked bar to make entertaining a breeze. There’s sufficient square footage in this “great room” house to make a sizable extra bedroom and far more closets, with ground programs delivered to illustrate how this could possibly be done.

In the renovated chef’s kitchen area, you’ll come across a Bertazzoni oven, a Bosch dishwasher, and a Liebherr fridge. Framing the appliances are smooth wood cabinets and glass tiles.

The primary bed room has additional designed-ins, brick partitions, and a clerestory window (the floor-flooring apartment isn’t the most mild-filled however there are loads of home windows). A modern day en-suite bathtub features concrete floors, sleek glass tiles, and a individual tub and shower. There is a next total bath on this flooring as properly.

Access the “mezzanine” stage of the apartment by way of an iron spiral staircase. Though its ceilings are very low, it will unquestionably operate as a bedroom, place of work, or guest place. This loft space has developed-in storage closets an additional bonus is an adjacent attic for extra storage.

There is a foyer entrance to the condominium in addition to the private road entrance. The boutique co-op building offers a stay-in super, a renovated lobby, private storage, and bike storage.

[Listing details: 92 Horatio Street, #1RS at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by David A. Palmieri and Nathaniel Faust]


Pics courtesy of Celeste Godoy for The Corcoran Group


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92 Horatio Road, co-ops

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West Village