A historic West Village apartment that recently underwent a sensitive renovation has just hit the market, asking $2.5 million.
The 1,250-square-foot property, located in a townhouse within the Greenwich Village historic district, has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a large living room, and three wood-burning fireplaces.
It has a ton of storage space with five closets and a common storage area in the building; and comes with a dishwasher, in-unit washer/dryer, and central A/C. Some details of its interiors include hardwood floors, intricate moldings, and a carved 1900s marble mantle in its living room which the listing describes as “arresting.”
The five-story “French Flats” structure at 69 Perry Street (or 67 Perry Street), was built in 1878 by Cunningham McBurnie and designed by Lamb & Wheeler, according to the Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC). The historic district designation report, says the building has Neo-Grecian details in its facade with iron handrailings in its entrance “with an unusual motif reminiscent of water lily pads.”
It’s located between Bleecker and West 4th streets, just steps from the Bleecker Playground and near the 1 train at Christopher Street. Maintenance charges are $1,450/month. Lauren Rose and Yael Dunsky of Compass have the listing.