A two-level garden and two living rooms make this East Village co-op worth the .9M ask

A two-level garden and two living rooms make this East Village co-op worth the $1.9M ask

Listing photos by Russ Ross Photography

This East Village co-op is technically a one-bedroom, which may make the $1,895,000 ask seem a bit high. But the 1,200-square-foot spread has two floors, a bonus media room, and a nearly 550-square-foot tri-level terrace that feels like a true urban oasis. Located at 425 East 9th Street, the home has contemporary interiors with exposed brick accents and excellent closet space.

A two-level garden and two living rooms make this East Village co-op worth the .9M ask

The entrance is on the lower garden level and opens into the media room, which features cool original brick juxtaposed with a custom wall of built-ins. Throughout the apartment is sound-reduction flooring.

A bathroom in the hall has the same exposed brick, and there’s a closet in the hallway under the stairs.

At the rear of this floor is the kitchen and dining area, which leads to the backyard. Here, the brick has been whitewashed, blending nicely with the contemporary lacquered cabinetry and tiled backsplash. There are stone countertops and a walk-in pantry.

Upstairs, the street-facing bedroom features more clever built-ins.

The rear room overlooking the garden below is marked on the floorplan as the living room, but it’s been configured as the primary bedroom suite, complete with a built-in home office, two large closets, a window seat, and a balcony with steps leading down to the backyard.

The upper-level bathroom has a serene feel and features an expansive walk-in shower and plenty of storage space.

Finally, the outdoor space is truly unique. Directly off the kitchen is the lowest level, which would be the perfect place for a grilling setup. Up a few stairs, the first patio is perfect for lounging and dining, while the uppermost patio is surrounded by lush greenery and even a hammock.

This eight-unit co-op offers central laundry and bike storage. It’s located just off Tompkins Square Park between 1st Avenue and Avenue A, in the heart of the East Village and right near all the neighborhood’s best restaurants.

[Listing details: 425 East 9th Street, 1A at CityRealty]

[At The Corcoran Group by Katie A. Feola and Shannon Insana]

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Listing photos by Russ Ross Photography


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425 East 9th Street, co-ops, outdoor space


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East Village