$1.9M Greenwich Village co-op has a huge planted terrace and Washington Square Park views

All photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker Warburg

Looking for a New York City one-bedroom with a flexible floor plan, private outdoor space, and a charming location? It will cost you $1,875,000. Located at 11 Fifth Avenue in the “Gold Coast” of Greenwich Village, this available co-op is decently sized at roughly 1,000 square feet. There’s a home office that could easily become a second bedroom and a terrace that stretches the entire living area.

Situated near the top of the building, the apartment has an expansive corner living room with huge picture windows that provide picturesque city views. From here, you can look west to the iconic Village strip of Fifth Avenue and south to Washington Square Park and its Arch.

From the living and dining area, you can access the terrace, which extends all the way to the kitchen. For some shade on those extra-hot summer days, the terrace has a remote-controlled custom awning.

The windowed kitchen comes prepared for any chef, with a Subzero refrigerator and a stove with a hood. A mini breakfast bar overlooks the terrace.

A partial wall encloses a home office. The next owner could make it a small second bedroom, or open it up to expand the living and dining area.

On the east side of the apartment is the primary bedroom, which also includes a dressing room with built-in cabinet space. Currently, the room has a queen-size Murphy bed with built-in closet space. A pocket door leads to the only bathroom, which has a walk-in shower with slate tiles.

The post-war co-op building, known as The Brevoort, offers residents 24-hour doorman service, a fitness center, storage, on-site laundry, a bike room, and a parking garage. According to CityRealty, green features at the building include a cogen heat engine and power station, a green roof, and updated windows and electrical system.

[Listing: 11 Fifth Avenue, #15G at CityRealty]

[At Coldwell Banker Warburg by Jeanne Byers and George Case]


All photos courtesy of Coldwell Banker Warburg