Up until 2012, the median Greenwich Village home price was $859,827, according to StreetEasy. Four years later, in 2016, that price reached $1,624,109. This Washington Square Park West co-op that just hit the market reflects a similar trend, as it sold in 2013 for $3.75 million and is now asking $6 million.
The three-bedroom apartment, which offers stunning views of Washington Square Park, has three bathrooms, a large living room area with a gas fireplace, and six closets. It also has new windows, which allow for plenty of light in, beamed ceilings, and marble counters in its kitchen.
The home was renovated while preserving some of its prewar details, the listing says, including its hardwood floors, cabinetry, moldings, fireplace mantle, and doors. It comes with central A/C, a dishwasher, and in-unit washer/dryer. The building allows pets and has an elevator and a gym .
It’s located at 32 Washington Square West, between Washington Place and Waverly Place, mere steps from Washington Square Park and the A, C, E, B, D, F, and M trains at West 4th Street-Washington Square.
Maintenance charges are $6,155/month. Thomas Ring and Daniela Kunen of Douglas Elliman have the listing.