517 East 11th StreetApt. 3
Ave a & Ave B East Village
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,665
- Private floor
- Pet friendly
Giant Full Floor East Village Condo Loft. This amazing space was conceived and constructed by an owner builder in 2001 incorporating the finest materials of hardwood, marble, granite, and internal wiring and plumbing. The condo has been completely updated and renewed for immediate occupancy. The immense Living /Dining Room is 23x22 feet, has Gallery lighting throughout with floors of true plank hardwood, hand-finished Brazilian Cherry and has a brilliant southern exposure through 4 large windows that face over East 11th Street, which is one of the most peaceful blocks in the ever-bustling East Village. This loft has a real Chef's kitchen that is separate from the living room and features American-made Select natural cherry cabinetry, Italian Granite countertops with a back splash of unique hand-made glass tiles from Mexico and under-cabinet lighting. There are all stainless steel appliances and a stainless Viking hood with 36" twin motors for true exterior ventillation to the roof. A separate laundry area divides the public and private areas of the home. Each bathroom is windowed and finished with tumbled marble floors . The master bath features an oversized jetless American Spa tub and has ample space for a stall shower and double sink. Both bedrooms are oversized and have brand new plush carpet and quiet, bright exposures. 517 East 11th is an immaculately maintained, self managed condo with incredibly low cc/taxes. Storage Unit Included. Pet Friendly.
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Downtown on the East Side, from Houston to 14th Street and from the Bowery and Third Avenue to the East River.
Whether it’s the mushrooming of modern new condos or the reclamation of some beloved parks, few neighborhoods have changed as much over the past couple of decades as the East Village. The growth of New York University to the West has helped drive the East Village’s renaissance, so that old-fashioned retail like hardware stores stands cheek-by-jowl with shops where you can buy all kinds of trendy luxury. Much of the East Village housing stock is tenement-style walkups with co-ops for sale or rentals that make great shares, but some offer hidden delights like roof decks and garden access to their residents. If it’s an elevator and a Bulthaup kitchen you’re seeking, head over near Avenue B to check out the jazzy new condo developments.