1 Bedroom in Greenwich Village

Gorgeous and completely renovated 1 bedroom coop apartment located on a beautiful tree lined street, The Portsmouth, is nestled amongst some of the most elegant townhouses in the heart of Greenwich Village. This is a classically designed and renovated one bedroom apartment with 10 foot ceilings, 2 marble wood burning fireplaces, well-proportioned rooms and large windows in every room including the bathroom and kitchen.

The apartment’s entry hall leads to an open plan kitchen and an adjacent large dining area. The kitchen features new gas range, oven, microwave, Subzero refrigerator, dishwasher and a new Kohler double sink which are complimented nicely by subway tile back splash and original brick wall.

The spacious separate living room boasts one of two impressive marble-mantled, wood-burning fireplaces, one eastern exposure and two southern exposure windows as well as a custom built window bench seats. The large bedroom offers southern and western exposures, a second marble-mantled wood-burning fireplace, large closet and a custom bookcases.

Renovated windowed bathroom features a new marble mosaic floor designed with respect for the historic sensibility of the property, a glass enclosed rain shower and ample storage.

50 West 9 Street, The Portsmouth, an immaculately maintained 3 building coop, built in 1882 by renowned architect Ralph S. Townsend and converted to coop in 1973. Designed in the Queen Anne style that was popular in America during the late nineteenth century, this building is a true reflection of that design. Live-in superintendent, doorman, laundry room, storage and pet friendly.

Basic Details

Status : For Sale
Price : Price on request
Bedrooms : 1
Bathrooms : 1
Interior : 925 sq. ft. (approx.)
Property Type : Cooperative


Pet Friendly
Air Conditioning
Laundry Room

Interior Features

Design Features : Fireplace(s): 1, Granite Countertops, Hardwood Flooring, Exposed Brick
Heating & Cooling : Air Conditioning
Other Features : Security System

Exterior Features

Architectural Style : Traditional
Views : City/Skyline View