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Warm and cozy Greenwich Village maisonette asks $2.5M

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This parlor maisonette is located on West 13th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues

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Greenwich Village is no stranger to homes with exposed brick and wooden beams, but this specimen within a townhouse on West 13th Street, between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, is a great example.

The kitchen, located on the lower level of this maisonette, is the standout space within the apartment; aside from the lovely exposed brick and wood beams, the room comes with a fireplace, stone countertops, and a five-burner La Cornue stove. While the massive, marble-topped kitchen table might not be a part of the sale, it gives the buyer a sense of how to accentuate the space.

One flight of stairs up, the cozy living room features 11-foot-tall ceilings, and windows that look out on to the street, not to mention the fireplace in here as well. The bedroom is located toward the rear of the apartment, and there’s only one of them, but at least it has three closets, which is always a plus. The adjoining bathroom has a clawfoot tub, and a generally refined look to it.

There’s also a smaller kitchen on the upper level, with additional seating, if making a trek downstairs isn’t always the new owner’s cup of tea. For all of that, this apartment is asking $2.5 million.