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37 West 12th Street

Apt. 7G
Between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas
Coop
$2,495,000
Maintenance/Common Charges: $4,215
40% down $998,000
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Essentials
Price $2,495,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5
Key Features
Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly

A renovated, high floor 5 room apartment in the coveted “G” line at The Butterfield House. Upon entering this home, you will notice an abundance of light from all directions through the floor to ceiling windows of this floor through apartment. The living room and den (second bedroom) face south overlooking historic Greenwich Village and provide access to the serene terrace overlooking the building’s famous courtyard while the dining room and master bedroom face North with views of the Empire State Building. The massive mint-condition kitchen will meet the standards of any chef with a large island covered in Italian marble, and top-of-the-line appliances including Subzero, Gaggenau and Bosch. The kitchen has also been cleverly opened up into the living room which is set up for entertaining. The enormous bedroom wing boasts his and her dressing rooms and two renovated and enlarged baths. The Butterfield House is considered one of the most important and beautiful post World War II apartment houses in New York City. Built in 1962 by Architects Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, residents enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, a full time doorman, on-site garage, state of the art fitness facility, bike room, separate storage, and a central laundry room. There is currently a $230.49/mo assessment in place until May 2019.

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37 West 12th Street
Butterfield House
A renovated, high floor 5 room apartment in the coveted “G” line at The Butterfield House. Upon entering this home, you will notice an abundance of light from all directions through the floor to ceiling windows of this floor through apartment. The living room and den (second bedroom) face south overlooking historic Greenwich Village and provide access to the serene terrace overlooking the building’s famous courtyard while the dining room and master bedroom face North with views of the Empire State Building. The massive mint-condition kitchen will meet the standards of any chef with a large island covered in Italian marble, and top-of-the-line appliances including Subzero, Gaggenau and Bosch. The kitchen has also been cleverly opened up into the living room which is set up for entertaining. The enormous bedroom wing boasts his and her dressing rooms and two renovated and enlarged baths. The Butterfield House is considered one of the most important and beautiful post World War II apartment houses in New York City. Built in 1962 by Architects Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, residents enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, a full time doorman, on-site garage, state of the art fitness facility, bike room, separate storage, and a central laundry room. There is currently a $230.49/mo assessment in place until May 2019.
Details
Postwar
Built in 1961
13 floors
103 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Exercise room
Garage

37 West 12th Street
Apt. 7G
Between Fifth Avenue and Avenue of the Americas
Coop
Essentials
Price $2,495,000
Type Co-op
Bedrooms 2
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 5

A renovated, high floor 5 room apartment in the coveted “G” line at The Butterfield House. Upon entering this home, you will notice an abundance of light from all directions through the floor to ceiling windows of this floor through apartment. The living room and den (second bedroom) face south overlooking historic Greenwich Village and provide access to the serene terrace overlooking the building’s famous courtyard while the dining room and master bedroom face North with views of the Empire State Building. The massive mint-condition kitchen will meet the standards of any chef with a large island covered in Italian marble, and top-of-the-line appliances including Subzero, Gaggenau and Bosch. The kitchen has also been cleverly opened up into the living room which is set up for entertaining. The enormous bedroom wing boasts his and her dressing rooms and two renovated and enlarged baths. The Butterfield House is considered one of the most important and beautiful post World War II apartment houses in New York City. Built in 1962 by Architects Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, residents enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, a full time doorman, on-site garage, state of the art fitness facility, bike room, separate storage, and a central laundry room. There is currently a $230.49/mo assessment in place until May 2019.

Doorman
Elevator
Pet Friendly
Greenwich Village
Living in Greenwich Village
Becoming a resident of Greenwich Village is like becoming a part of history. From Henry James to the contemporary TV and film stars who live there now, this is a neighborhood whose bohemianism has attracted artists for a hundred years or more.
Explore Greenwich Village
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Subway number 1 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number 2 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number 3 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number F 6th Ave - 14th St
Subway number L 6th Ave - 14th St
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Subway number 4 Broadway - 14th St
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Subway number W Broadway - 14th St
Subway number A 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number B 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number C 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number D 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
Subway number E 6th Ave - Waverly Pl
37 West 12th Street
Butterfield House
A renovated, high floor 5 room apartment in the coveted “G” line at The Butterfield House. Upon entering this home, you will notice an abundance of light from all directions through the floor to ceiling windows of this floor through apartment. The living room and den (second bedroom) face south overlooking historic Greenwich Village and provide access to the serene terrace overlooking the building’s famous courtyard while the dining room and master bedroom face North with views of the Empire State Building. The massive mint-condition kitchen will meet the standards of any chef with a large island covered in Italian marble, and top-of-the-line appliances including Subzero, Gaggenau and Bosch. The kitchen has also been cleverly opened up into the living room which is set up for entertaining. The enormous bedroom wing boasts his and her dressing rooms and two renovated and enlarged baths. The Butterfield House is considered one of the most important and beautiful post World War II apartment houses in New York City. Built in 1962 by Architects Mayer, Whittlesey and Glass, residents enjoy an architecturally significant garden and lobby, a full time doorman, on-site garage, state of the art fitness facility, bike room, separate storage, and a central laundry room. There is currently a $230.49/mo assessment in place until May 2019.
Details
Postwar
Built in 1961
13 floors
103 units
Elevator
Pet friendly
Amenities
Doorman
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Exercise room
Garage