$2.15M Greenwich Village ‘junior four’ has an enclosed terrace for year-round sunshine

Photos courtesy of Jeff Nolan for The Corcoran Group

A renovated co-op along an iconic stretch of Fifth Avenue in Greenwich Village is available for $2,150,000. Located on the eighth floor of the co-op The Brevoort, this “junior four,” a one-bedroom with an alcove area that can be converted into a second bedroom or other space, features a flexible floor plan, Washington Square Park views, and a cozy, sun-drenched enclosed terrace.

From the foyer, step into the nicely sized living room. With high ceilings, oversized windows, and a flexible setup, the home gives off loft vibes. The entryway features a powder room and closet space.

The enclosed corner terrace can be accessed from the living space, providing a connection to the outdoors and classic city views no matter the season.

The kitchen has been recently updated and includes custom cabinetry, high-end appliances, like a dishwasher, and marble countertops and backsplash. There’s also a set-aside pantry for extra storage. The dining alcove is nice and bright and features a wall of storage and shelving.

Conveniently, the apartment comes equipped with a Bosch ventless washer/dryer.

The large corner bedroom has two exposures and a large closet. The en-suite bathroom boasts a double vanity, towel warmer, and a walk-in closet.

The building sits within the Gold Coast of Greenwich Village, just one block from Washington Square Park and the best of everything the neighborhood has to offer.

The post-war co-op building at 11 Fifth Avenue offers residents 24-hour doorman service, a fitness center, storage, a bike room, and a parking garage. Maintenance costs are $2,782/month. There is also currently a $551.25/month assessment through June 2024 for the renovation of the hallway and lobby, according to the listing.

[Listing details: 11 Fifth Avenue, #8N at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Jeff Nolan]


Photos courtesy of Jeff Nolan for The Corcoran Group