Greenwich Village, Manhattan, 10003 - United States
40-50 East 10th Street
Step into this beautifully reimagined home as featured in One Kings Lane, following an elegant and thoughtful renovation by interior designer Michelle Smith. Set on one of the most idyllic blocks of Greenwich Village, this sophisticated 2 bedroom home offers open city views and stunning finishes throughout, all in a wonderfully maintained pre-war building. The high-floor apartment opens into an inviting foyer that leads to a generous dining room able to accommodate a large dinner party or simply dinner for two. The pin-drop quiet, 25’ long living room, basks in southern light with lower Manhattan and Freedom Tower views. The windowed kitchen, with an adjacent powder room, has been customized with Carrara marble countertops and backsplash, a large pantry, shaker-style cabinetry and high-end appliances including a Wolf range. Two equally sized bedrooms, off of the living room, share a jack and jill windowed bathroom with beautiful unlacquered brass fixtures that perfectly complement the old-fashioned, yet sleek style. The picturesque home is complete with beamed ceilings, a working gas fireplace with Limestone mantle, hardwood floors and covetable casement windows.
Built in 1929 and converted to a co-op in 1963, 40-50 E. 10th Street offers a full-time doorman, live-in super, gorgeous landscaped roof terrace, gym, children’s playroom and laundry facilities. Incomparably located on a tree-lined block with cafes and art galleries, you are only steps from Union Square, Washington Square Park and transportation providing seamless access to anywhere in the city. Photo credit: Tony Vu/One Kings Lane.