Lic. Associate Broker
With over $150 million in sales and hundreds of transactions throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn, Brandon’s record speaks for itself. He thoroughly e...Request Info
This historic, south-facing East Village mint condition apartment has been completely reimagined into a bright and airy modern minimalist open-concept 1 bedroom with windowed study and bath, and state-of-the-art finishes. Functional in its design and elegant in simplicity, this interior environment evokes an inspiring sense of craft and refinement that is quite unexpected in a 1910 Alphabet City walkup.
Thoughtfully weaving eastern and western sensibilities, distinctive sliding fusuma walls define separate sleeping and study spaces, or open completely to unite them with the spacious living and dining floor plan as needed. The open chef’s kitchen features stainless steel countertops and shelving, a Bertazzoni gas range & oven, and a hidden Blomberg refrigerator. A sleek wall-mounted Duravit toilet and sink, and huge soaking tub adorn the large, windowed bathroom. Ductless, silent Mitsubishi split-unit air conditioning, in-unit washer/dryer, four custom six-foot tilt & turn windows, and extensive custom millwork cabinetry and closet space complete this amazing home.
254 East 7th is located on a quiet, tree-lined residential street, right between Tompkins Square Park and the East River Park, and just around the corner from THE quintessential East Village row, Avenue C from 6th to 10th Streets. This stretch features some of the best Alphabet City restaurants, bars, coffee shops and shopping.
|Appliances||Bertazzoni gas range, Bertazzoni Oven, Blomberg refrigerator|
|Other Exterior Features||Bike room|
|LIVING SPACE||470 Sq.Ft.|