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139 Waverly Place, #2B

Rental Building | rented
Avenue of the Americas and Gay Street
WEB ID: 5743150
  • 1 BATHS

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About 139 Waverly Place, #2B

AVAILABLE JUNE 1. Quiet studio with loads of charm in the heart of the West Village. Just one flight up, this apartment features high ceilings, exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, hardwood floors, through-the-wall A/C, and a separate kitchen. Overlooking quiet gardens, the apartment is located on ultra-quiet Waverly Place, and offers an ideal balance of peace & quiet and convenient acces...

key features
  • Studio
  • Decorative fireplace
  • Exposed brick
  • Prewar detail

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139 Waverly Place

139 Waverly Place

Multi-Family Townhouse in Greenwich Village

Avenue of the Americas and Gay Street