5-7 Minetta Street, #3E
- 1 BATHS
- BUILT 1900
This charming studio is located in the rear building overlooking tree-tops into the center open courtyard and is pin drop quiet. Laden with original details such as decretive brick fireplace, and wide plank knotty pine floors. The kitchen is small but efficient and there is a window in the bathroom. Bike storage on premise. Nearby major transportation including the A,C,E,F,B,D,N,R and 1 train. ...
- Pet friendly
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