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32 Morton Street, #5A

Co-op | rented
Seventh Avenue South and Hudson Street
WEB ID: 3622019
  • 1 BEDS
  • 1.5 BATHS
  • BUILT 1920

The Details

About 32 Morton Street, #5A

Are you looking for a luxurious, spacious home on one of the most picturesque blocks in the West Village? Look no further. Walk in and be wowed by this supersized, fabulous one-bedroom, one-and-a-half bath corner apartment. Meticulously renovated with the finest finishes and a designer’s attention to detail, this sun-filled home has open panoramic city views through dramatic metal casement wind...

key features
  • Pet friendly
  • Beamed ceiling
  • Central air
  • Dishwasher
  • Excellent light
  • Great closet space
  • Hardwood floors
  • Marble bath

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Get to know the West Village

Stop a lifelong New Yorker on, say, Christopher Street and Sixth Avenue and ask for directions to Morton Street or Abingdon Square, and they may be stumped even though both are just a few blocks away. The idiosyncratic street plan is part of the charm of this neighborhood, which is part of larger Greenwich Village and off to the side of Manhattan’s grid. Beautifully restored 19th-century rowhouses line many streets to form a, well, village within the city. Much of the neighborhood’s distinct character has survived thanks to the Greenwich Village Historic District; a pioneering effort when it was established in 1969, the district became a model for others throughout the city and country. The West Village is not, however, preserved under glass; restaurants, shops, and newer additions like the High Line and the Whitney Museum draw New Yorkers to this corner of the city.

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