18 East 12th Street, PH12A - Greenwich Village, New York
Excellent opportunity to purchase a 3,100 sq. ft. 3-bedroom, 3 bathroom condominium with formal dining room, and private terrace, situated in the heart of Greenwich Village's Gold Coast.
Offering a unique and flexible layout, this house-like residence has a private landing that opens into a sprawling and sunny corner living room with open South, East and West exposures through oversized windows. There is a wood-burning fireplace, and high 9'10" -10'5" ceilings. The corner formal dining room has wonderful open city views, including Empire State Building, the golden dome of the New York Life building, and the W Hotel in Union Sq. There is a spacious windowed kitchen with excellent storage, and pantry with a professional Viking stove with vented hood. This floor also has a bedroom and full bathroom.
A staircase crowned by a skylight that brings plentiful natural light to the core of the residence leads to the massive master bedroom suite with over 9'5"-10' high ceilings, unobstructed south views and a gorgeous private terrace. There is also plentiful closet space, including a large walk-in closet and a laundry closet. The marble bathroom also has a skylight, a double-sink vanity, deep soaking whirlpool tub and separate glass-enclosed shower.
The lower level can be anything your creative mind can imagine. An enormous second master suite with a large dressing area leading to a full bathroom; a media room, play room, home office, or artist studio; This level has direct elevator access, making it ideal for work/live.
Other features include hardwood floors throughout, through-the-wall air conditioning, and excellent storage and closets.
18 East 12th Street is an established doorman condominium built in 1910 and converted in 1985, offering full-time doorman, live-in super, and modern renovated lobby. Enviably situated steps from Union Sq. Park farmer's market, Whole Foods, all transportation and shopping. Pets, investors and pied-a-terres welcome.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman