217 THOMPSON STREET, #39

217 Thompson Street, #39

JESSICA RAINS
Representative, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson
Licensed as Jessica Rains

730 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10019
C: (805) 450-5093  O: (646) 790-5028  F: (646) 545-5849
jrains@townresidential.com

Greenwich Village

ListingID: 647229 | Type: Apartment
*** RENTED ***
Bedrooms: 1  |  Baths: 1
BUILDING SPECIFICS
Pre-war
PROPERTY FEATURES
Eat-in kitchen | Hardwood floors | High ceilings | Light
SUBWAYS
at West 4th St 0.2 miles
at Bleecker St 0.3 miles
at Spring St 0.3 miles
at Christopher St 0.3 miles
at Prince St 0.3 miles
at Astor Place 0.4 miles

        

Description

Renovated one bedroom with huge living room and eat-in Kitchen! The apartment, which can be easily converted to a two bedroom, features a Queen-sized, windowed bedroom; very spacious living room; separate but open, eat-in kitchen with new white appliances and room for a small table and chairs; three generous closets. The apartment also features high ceilings, incredible natural light and hardwood flooring throughout.

The well maintained building, at Thompson Street and West 3rd, is half a block from iconic Washington Square Park, has a truly amazing on-site super, laundry next door, and a beautiful, landmarked Fa

School District #2

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