Over at 119 E. 10th St. (Central Village!), this home hit the market last week. Here's part of the Corcoran listing:
As featured in House & Garden: Uniquely special, garden level, 1 bedroom with office in a historic brownstone on the loveliest block in the East Village. Upon entering this very special apartment through your private gate, one is instantly transported to a retreat in the country.
... Continue through to the dining area complete with a wall of casement windows framing the view to the Old World, common garden behind and a Dutch door opening directly to this spectacularly private oasis.
Here are a few photos of Old World East Village...
Of course, the home doesn't come with an Old-World price: $1.7 million for one bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms.
Ohhhhh... I'd probably hate anyone who can actually afford that, but I would LOVE that kitchen and garden... Now, off to make breakfast in my true NYC kitchen that I can barely turn around in.
I really need to sell a couple of paintings this week.
That's Chloe Sevigny's apartment that was just featured in the recent NY Mag article:
That's just beautiful. The floors are amazing. And am I crazy to think it's well-priced? Not that I can afford it! But look at the prices on those characterless high-rise shitshows and this seems totally reasonable. That really is a historic and beautiful block.
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