Simply Grand with a Living Room and Dining area encompassing nearly 1,000 sq. ft., this Greenwich Village loft also boasts 14 oversized 8' x 5' double hung, pane on pane windows, original architectural details, 12' ceiling heights, and 5" plank solid white oak tongue and groove hard wood floors making this full floor residence the epitome of downtown luxury. The Burnham House, built in 1900 by architect Robert Maynicke, is a highly desirable coop with rarely available offerings. It is a 12-story corner building with brick and limestone façade with 11 full floor residences offering views of Union Square Park. The ground floor is a retail unit which is owned by and generates revenue for the coop. The lobby of the building is mostly original and still maintains much of its period details. A key-locked elevator opens into a private formal foyer with Black Marquina Marble Slab flooring leading directly into the loft's entertaining area with proportions that are certain to wow. This 3,000 Sq. Ft. full floor is currently configured with 2 oversized bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms and a 3rd bedroom or home office with potential to add a fourth bedroom and another full bathroom. There is a vented washer and gas dryer in the unit and a designer kitchen certain to please. Included in this purchase is a private storage bin in the basement. Located just one block south of Union Square it offers all the vibrancy of Greenwich Village and Union Square just outside your door. And best of all, monthly maintenance charges which include real estate taxes are an amazingly low $1750/mo. which equates to $0.58/SF a mere fraction of what you would expect to pay in most Manhattan coops or condos for a space this size and caliber.