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This NYC four bedroom, one bathroom shared apartment in a low-rise building, 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. 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's 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.