West Village, Manhattan, NY, 10014 - United States
509 Hudson Street
This newly gut-renovated, one-bedroom residence is a display of pristine luxury. Featured in the venerable Architectural Digest, no detail has been overlooked. From the charming West Village views to the distinguished design, this home is an inimitable showpiece.
Upon entering the unit, one is immediately struck by its superb style. To the left of the entryway is a sun-drenched great room, with separate living and dining areas. The living room features custom built-ins, a wood-burning fireplace set against exposed brick, and an in-wall TV. The dining area features a decorative fireplace and looks out onto the private west-facing terrace.
The fabulous open Chef’s kitchen features an enormous waterfall island done in Calacatta Gold marble, matching the sleek countertops. High-end appliances include a SubZero refrigerator, Viking range & hood, convection oven, abundant custom wood cabinetry and hardware, subway-tiled backsplash, and multiple large pantries.
Across from the foyer is an incredibly ornate bathroom with a pocket door separating the WC from the shower, making it usable as a full bathroom or powder room for guests. The exquisite design boasts radiant heat herringbone marble floors, custom wallpaper, a floating sink with wall-mounted faucet, Toto toilet, stand-up marble shower, and a second sink with a large vanity.
The gracious master bedroom faces east onto Hudson with lovely townhouse views. It’s complete with an enormous walk-in closet built out with custom California Closets and custom wallpaper.
Throughout the apartment are gleaming dark hardwood floors, through-wall air conditioning, recessed lighting, and ample closet space. The apartment is also conveniently outfitted with a washer dryer.
This boutique co-op building is located on one of the most historic blocks in the West Village. The Hudson Mews offers a unique consortium of townhouse and loft-style living. Formerly a warehouse and double-wide townhouse, the pre-war buildings were joined and converted to co-op living in the 1970s. Residence 2N is located in the townhouse portion of the building, with its own separate entrance. The intimate community features a landscaped roof deck and gated entrance with an enchanting courtyard garden.