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Enchanting Greenwich Village apartment within a classic townhouse asks $7,600/month

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Cute doesn’t always come cheap

Photos courtesy Douglas Elliman.

A charming one-bedroom, one-bathroom in Greenwich Village provides all the comfort of townhouse living for a price that could easily qualify as a mortgage payment. The lovely abode, situated on the third floor of a townhouse at 34 West 9th Street, is going for a steep $7,600/month. Let’s take a closer look at what this pricey one-bedroom offers.

The apartment is floor-through and furnished with high ceilings, crown molding, inlaid wood floors, bold Corinthian columns, and several decorative fireplaces surrounded by marble mantles. The living room is flooded with natural light, courtesy of its wall of windows and the neighboring dining room is spacious enough for formal entertaining.

While the listing doesn’t provide pictures of the kitchen, but the description mentions that it has been updated with high-end stainless steel appliances as well as a washer/dryer machine. The sun-filled bedroom boasts a wall of windows and is crowned by a massive skylight.

Yes, $7,600/month is ridiculous for a one-bedroom, but if you’re going to spend it, here’s an option that might make sense.