This playful apartment in Manhattan’s highly sought after West Village combines everything we love about modernised period property. The glorious living space comprises of a sweet lounge area with a cosy sofa and an uber simplified, Nordic inspired kitchen that looks super fresh against the exposed brick behind. This is an impressive room in which to entertain and a fun and exciting space to cook.
Through the glazed French doors is the bedroom. The lovely big bed is the center-piece, with pretty twin bedside cabinets on either side and finished with matching lamps. This room is thoughtfully attractive. The whole room enjoys exposed brick walls, two pretty sash windows with thick wooden frames and a chunky old-school radiator. Pull your French doors open wide for a fully Feng Shui environment or close them for privacy.
Floor-to-ceiling granite tiling in the bathroom gives an indulgent, high-end look.
Secretly infiltrating the trendy dining halls and lively cafes of West Village this sublime apartment is perfectly located to explore bohemian Greenwich Village and artsy Chelsea too.
West Village moves to the beat of its own drum. Its unstructured winding streets (a result of the original settlements developed here prior to the 19th Century grid-plan) make wandering the lanes here feel more like a European village than a Midtown metropolis. Famous as a magnet of Beatnik and hippy culture in the middle third of the 20th Century; West Village and more specifically Greenwich Village is accredited for many artistic, cultural and political movements.
Today, the restlessness of Greenwich Village is tangible and there is no better way to feel this, than on foot. Stumble upon art house cinemas, celebrated jazz clubs and specialist markets selling anything from 80’s vinyl to reimagined home furnishings.
Don’t waste a second of your visit trying to find the hip and happening hangouts. At this place; you’re already there. In the center of the historic lower west side, put yourself in one of Manhattans best-looking and most desirable districts.