East VillageExclusive Web #1846231 View all information, interactive floorplan tour, photos and neighborhood information on this listing only at www.halstead.com Modern design meets mid century appeal in this spacious and open planned one bedroom. This architecturally designed apartment is high end all the way. It has just been tastefully renovated with bamboo floors throughout, a chef’s dream Italian designer kitchen with Miele oven and gas top, a gorgeous limestone bathroom that looks like it’s straight out of a boutique hotel features state of the art plumbing and a hydrotherapy massage tub. Modern lighting accents and exposed brick create a sanctuary and loft-like feel in this quiet top floor apartment. Dining area, large living space, plenty of storage and a walk in bamboo closet. The Co-op has it’s own shared back garden for BBQs, a live in super, doorman service in laundry downstairs, basement bike storage and a strong sense of community. Live within walking distance to the trendiest restaurants, nightlife and Thompkins Square Park or Stuyvesant Cove. Justine Beirne 212.381.6553 email@example.com Halstead Property is the largest privately held residential real estate firm in the New York Metropolitan Area operating in three states with 19 offices and 900+ agents. To search all of our New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey Listings and to learn more about Halstead Property please visit the award-winning www.halstead.com.
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