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Charming pre-war studio overlooking garden 

The apartment


A cozy pre-war studio apartment with high ceilings in a boutique West Village co-op on a quiet tree-lined street. Two tall south-facing windows bring in tons of sunlight and overlook a private communal garden for residents. The apartment is steps from the Meatpacking district and the Hudson River Park and Greenway. You will be only one block away from Gansevoort St’s trendy boutiques, hotels, and restaurants, and a short walk from many top West Village restaurants including Pastis, Café Cluny, St Tropez, L’Artusi, and Balaboosta. An original fireplace and exposed brick wall add charm to the lofty space. The apartment also features hardwood floors, a large walk-in closet, and brand new blackout window shades. This is the perfect apartment for a fashionista who wants a quiet haven a stone’s throw away from shopping, restaurants, and nightlife. 

The building

On one of the West Village’s historic and charming blocks, this coop is comprised of four buildings, 82-88 Horatio Street. The coop sits in the neighborhood’s historic landmark district and just blocks from the neighborhood’s attractions – The High Line, the Whitney Museum and all the excellent galleries, restaurants, cafes, bars, shops and transportation the Village and Meatpacking District have to offer. This fully managed coop is regarded for its well-tended buildings and its beautiful, serene private garden. The units themselves range from studios and one-bedrooms, many with original detailing, exposed brick and ornamental fireplaces.

The neighborhood

The apartment is located on Horatio Street, a quiet cobble stoned street in the heart of most desired West Village. Easy access to the nearby Meat-Packing District and its numerous restaurants, Soho’s shopping, galleries and cafes. It’s also walking distance from The West Side promenade, the new High Line, the Chelsea Market and New York best shopping options. And if all this isn’t enough for you, the West 4 Street subway station is only two blocks away.




West Village

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