17 WEST 8TH STREET, #3F

17 West 8th Street, #3F

ADAM TAYLOR
Sales Director
Licensed as Adam S. Taylor

26 Astor Place, New York, NY 10003
C: (917) 428-7146  O: (646) 738-2669  F: (646) 795-1670
ataylor@townresidential.com
ListingID: 292233 | Type: Apartment
*** RENTED ***
Bedrooms: 2  |  Baths: 1
Ft2/Mt2: 800/74 (aprx)
BUILDING SPECIFICS
Pre-war
PROPERTY FEATURES
Dining room | Dishwasher | Eat-in kitchen | Granite kitchen | Hardwood floors | High ceilings | Light
SUBWAYS
at West 4th St 0.2 miles
at 6th Av 0.3 miles
at Christopher St 0.3 miles
at 8th St 0.3 miles
at 14th St-Union Square 0.4 miles
at Astor Place 0.4 miles

        

Description

One block from Washington Square Park, this generously-proportioned (800 sq ft) 2 bedroom apartment awaits. South-facing and flooded with light, the over-sized living room includes a decorative, marble fireplace and curved arches which distinguish it as a true prewar beauty. Modern, renovated corner kitchen features stone countertops and new stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. Wonderful split bedroom layout lends itself to added privacy and comfort. Ample closet space and new hardwood flooring throughout. Three short flights up. On-site super. Video intercom. Sorry, no pets. Available November 1.

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