There wasn’t a correct guess for this week’s Pricespotter apartment, a Greenwich Village condo that was recently renovated, though some people—like easternwestern, who said the price was $1.475 million—did get close. The one-bedroom condo is asking $1.495 million.
Located at 131 West 11th Street, the apartment has one bedroom placed in a loft area above the rest of the unit, and one bathroom. It comes with an in-unit washer/dryer, a decorative wood-burning fireplace, new kitchen appliances (including a dishwasher), and a ton of closet space. Some details in its interiors include oak wood floors and exposed brick.
As we mentioned before, one of the big pros about the place is its location: It sits between Sixth and Seventh avenues, a couple of blocks away from the F, M, and L trains at 14th street, and an eight-minute walk away from Washington Square Park.
Meris Blumstein, Cole Blumstein, and Kenny Blumstein of Corcoran have the listing. Maintenance charges come in at $994/month and taxes at $812.