Proudly presenting this dream loft in Greenwich Village, offered for the first time in over twenty years. Sprawling over 2,800 square feet and boasting 11-foot ceilings in every room, apartment 10A is nothing short of grand. A 47-foot gallery clad in elegant Venetian wall plaster awaits as you step into this spectacular home. This dramatic entry is the ideal forum for the art connoisseur to make a bold statement and cleverly serves the secondary function of segmenting the living and entertaining areas from the private quarters.
The gallery transitions seamlessly into the dining, living, and entertaining areas all bathed in natural light from exposures to the east and north, including unobstructed views of Hudson Yards. Whether hosting a banquet or an intimate family gathering, the open-concept kitchen includes plenty of counter space for preparing meals, including an island that dually functions as a breakfast bar.
Three over-sized bedrooms, in their own separate and private wing of the home, grant this apartment a rare third southern exposure. Two of the bedrooms offer large en-suite bathrooms with soaking tubs, and the master bedroom includes a substantial walk-in closet that can easily accommodate clothes for two. Additional built-in storage is located in every room, cleverly hidden behind the tasteful wall-paneling
65 W 13th is one of the Village’s premier pre-war condo buildings ideally located at the nexus of Greenwich Village, The West Village, Chelsea, and Union Square. Originally built in 1904 as a department store, it was converted by Franke Gottesegen Cox Architects into 67 condominiums in 2001. This highly sought-after building offers full-service amenities including a doorman, a fitness center, a children’s playroom, a bike room, a storage room, and a stunning common roof deck boasting a gas grill and remarkable 360-degree skyline views. There is an additional monthly charge of $47.50 for cable.