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This NYC 4Bedroom/1Bath apartment in a low-rise building, which located on the third floor (equivalent to second European floor), was constructed in 1905, and seamlessly integrates modern living amenities with the grandeur of its old-world charm. This building has been classified as a landmark, which you may find interesting. That's fantastic! Make yourself at home in this European apartment on the third level of the Greenwich Village - West Village building New York. Feel instantly at ease in this haven of peace and quiet, complete with plenty of room to relax at West 11th Street and Washington Street . Windows flood the area with natural light, and hand-curated furniture makes you feel right at home straight away.
This apartment ornate design and plenty of mid-century accents make it a destination worth canceling plans for. Curl up and remain warm or gather your loved ones and crack open that special bottle you've been saving. A bedroom with a king-size bed, plush linens, and towels, plenty of storage, and a complete desk, chair, and designer carpeting. The property has a southern aspect and is bright and sunny. Central A/C for the duplex and split systems for the units above, seven wood-burning fireplaces with mantels, broad plank hardwood floors, pocket doors, and high ceilings are just a few of the features. A fully furnished sliver of heaven. These magnificent guestrooms provide you with all you need for a comfortable night's sleep, including excellent linens, a spacious bed, and ambient lighting that makes your selfies appear golden. Each room features windows that flood the area with natural light, as well as hand-curated furniture.
“Carbone” an A-lister Italian restaurant in a retro-glam atmosphere serves high-end variations on red-sauce food. Tao (1.1 mile/1.770km), a massive Pan-Asian Cafe is recognized for its large Quan Yin centerpiece and stylish clientele. These are just a few of the most popular eateries in the area.
Take a morning run or enjoy some sightseeing in Hudson River Park (1.2 miles/1.126km); even better, watch the sunset before heading in after a long day. Sheridan Square: 1 train is accessible at Christopher Street / 7 Avenue South.