This charming, exposed brick-heavy co-op in the West Village features three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and spans a spacious 1,960 square feet. The abundance of exposed brick isn’t the only captivating feature in this apartment however. The living/dining area for instance comes with a wood-burning fireplace, 10-foot-tall beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and large windows, some of which offer a glimpse of the Hudson River.
A bedroom off of the living room can double as a study, and the master bedroom here comes with custom built-in closets and an attached bathroom that has a deep soaking tub. The apartment also features a washer and dryer in-unit.
The co-op is located in a building that was built in 1898 and some of the amenities residents here can enjoy include a furnished roof deck, a package room, and a courtyard. And all of that is asking $3.65 million, albeit with a pretty steep maintenance charge of $3,488/month.