228 West 4th Street, #BA1

2 BEDS | 1 BATH | Rental Building | rented

Seventh Avenue South and West 10th Street
WEB ID: 5662918
$3,150
    • 2 BEDS
    • 1 BATHS
    • PRE-WAR

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    About 228 West 4th Street, #BA1

    PRIME LOCATION!! The building is located on West 4th Street between West 10th and 7th Avenue. Charming 2Br with Private Garden/Patio is located on the ground floor of a well maintained pre-war building, with superintendent on premises. The apartment features large living area, a queen size bedrooms, 2nd bedroom has pocket doors to create a larger living/dining/home office area, exposed brick...

    key features
    • Garden
    • Pet friendly
    • Exposed brick
    • Great closet space
    • Hardwood floors
    • Oversized windows
    • Prewar detail
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    228 West 4th Street

    228 West 4th Street

    Apartment Building in West Village

    Seventh Avenue South and West 10th Street

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