$620,000
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1
Baths
Co-op Properties
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AGENTS

Bridget Harvey
Bridget Harvey
  • Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Property Description

Your delightfully sunny prewar home in the West Village: Charming, contemporary and precisely where you want to be.
Nestled on historic cobblestone Bank Street, this spacious home is incredibly quiet and sunny.
Your flexible layout includes a gracious entry foyer with plenty of room for a dining area or home office, a generous living space, and a tucked away sleeping alcove that easily accommodates a queen sized bed.
The recently renovated kitchen features a four piece Bosch appliance set (including a dishwasher), ample cabinet and counter space. The generous living space is highlighted by two bright and sunny oversized western-facing windows with high ceilings above and original hardwood flooring below. Three roomy closets thoughtfully spread throughout complete the apartment.
99 Bank Street is a landmarked pre-war coop located in prime West Village with doormen every day from 4 pm to midnight, central laundry, a bike storage room, and a live-in superintendent. Pied-a-terres and pets are welcome with board approval.
There is an assessment in place through December 2020 of $465.41 per month.
Conveniently located across the street from Abington Park (with a weekly Farmers Market), and near the Hudson River, the High Line Park, the Whitney Museum, several premier schools and universities, preeminent restaurants, nightlife, and boutiques. With multiple transit lines (A/C/E/L/1/2/3) nearby, easy access to everything New York City offers is minutes away.
Welcome home.
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PROPERTY DETAILS

  • MONTHLY MAINTENANCE/CC
    $1,111
  • Property Type
    Co-op Properties
  • Year Built
    1904
  • MLS/Listing ID
    4363482

Amenities

  • Dishwasher
  • Doorman
  • Pre-War
  • Western Exposure
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BUILDING/PROPERTY DETAILS

  • Air Conditioning
  • City View
  • Pets Allowed
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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