You can almost bet on Greenwich Village to consistently put forth lovely loft-like homes adorned with details that many of us long for, and one of the latest is this one-bedroom co-op at 23 East 10th Street, asking $1.15 million.
Ceilings within this exposed brick-laden apartment reach to 11 feet, and the space, though very time-honored for the prewar building in which it resides, is accented with a few modern updates. The living room features a wood-burning fireplace surrounded by a metal mantel and a beautiful bookcase that has been built into the brick walls. The kitchen boasts a generous supply of wood cabinets with built-in stainless-steel appliances. The master bedroom is modest, but it does come with two large closets.
While the space is lovely, the one drawback could be its lack of windows. The living room and the bedroom each offer a standard window, but it appears that they look out onto another building, which doesn’t afford this space the most sunlight or the best views. Nevertheless, the apartment is in a great location and monthly maintenance is $1,537 per month, which shouldn’t be a problem if you’re already looking to spend seven figures on an apartment.