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29 East 9th Street 3

,
Greenwich Village,  NYC

Cooperative

$2,295,000

Jewel Box Townhome

When you imagine your perfect NYC getaway, do you dream about a scaled-down jewel box of a townhouse, with just enough room for you and your favorite guests, but also with a smiling and attentive building staff to take care of you when you're there and look after things when you're gone? Sunny, serene and pin-drop quiet, yet when you emerge from this elegant and turn-key escape, with its graceful architecture and immaculate and thoughtful touches, you are right in the lobby and out the door to the magic of Greenwich Village, a few languid steps from the diverse culinary wonders of Il Cantinori, Japonica, the Knickerbocker Bar and Grill, Nix, Otto and the like. So, you might find that you don't use that ingenious kitchen with its perfect built-ins, custom, black Viking Stove and clever, hidden cleaning and cooling drawers, quite as much as you thought you might. But, surely, espresso does have a certain je ne sais quoi when prepared in the built-in Miele coffee system. And the pleasures of winding down at the day's end in your steam shower or Jacuzzi cannot be overstated. Or you could, perhaps, just stretch out in front of the fire. Absolutely nothing has been overlooked in this luxurious retreat, dreamily situated on the lobby level of 29 East 9th Street, one of the Village's architectural treasures, designed in 1924, along with its sister buildings, #35 and #45, by Harvey Wiley Corbett, who also designed the neighboring 1 Fifth Avenue, and later headed the architectural committee of the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. With its impeccable staff, gorgeous roof-top deck and sublime location, this residence, one of Greenwich Village's longest established cooperatives, remains a coveted destination for the most discerning buyer. Pets and pied-a-terres welcome.

Property Floorplan

Recent Sales in Area*

10/05/2017 30 Fifth Ave $2,250,000

09/28/2017 23 East 10th St $2,300,000

09/08/2017 170 Second Ave $2,625,000

09/07/2017 7 East 14th St $2,495,000

08/22/2017 141 Macdougal St $2,375,000

08/16/2017 126 East 16th St $2,250,000

08/11/2017 24 Gramercy Park $2,700,000

08/09/2017 32 Gramercy Park South $2,150,000

07/31/2017 11 Fifth Ave $2,600,000

07/26/2017 115 Fourth Ave $2,275,000

* Recent sales in area is compiled by properties having the same bedroom count or same bathroom count, property type, location, and a similar price range. Sales history may include properties with varied amenities and conditions (views, layout, market timing and other significant variables). Contact agent for more details regarding this information.

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Property Details

Web #:17583490
Price: $2,295,000
Maintenance: $4,389.00
Financing: 65%
Tax Deduction: 45%
Mortgage Calculator Property Type: Cooperative
Type: Duplex

Residence Information

Rooms: 5.0
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.5
Pied-à-terre: Allowed
Period: Pre-War
Built: 1926
Building Type: Elevator

Features

Central Air Wind. Kitchen Washer/Dryer

Building Information

Doorman Attended Lobby Roof Garden Laundry Storage Pets Allowed

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Tortilla Flats (0.83 mi)
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Private Stock (0.70 mi)
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Laicale (0.86 mi)
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