115 Morton St, 1A
West Village, New York, NY 10014

$5,500
per month
  • Home
  • 2 bed
  • 1 bath

Location

Map of 115 Morton St, New York, NY 10014, 1A

Nearby Transit
4 min Christopher Street PATH PATH
8 min Houston St 1 1
9 min Christopher St - Sheridan Sq 1 1
Nearby Schools
6 min High School 560 City As School (9-12) Public
11 min Academy Of St Joseph (PK-4) Private
13 min Broome Street Academy Charter High School (9-12) Charter

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Description

Quiet, charming, green, and secluded. 115 Morton St 1A exemplifies the reasons any of us move to the West Village in the first place. A shelter from the bustle of Manhattan, yet only steps from the action. In this apartment, you can have both. Set back from a beautiful cobbled street in front and a private community garden behind, this apartment is truly a home. Upon entering you will see that the newly renovated kitchen and living room are expansive and modern. The hallway has been revamped with excessive closet space, a hidden washer/dryer, and a direct line between the Northern and Southern exposed windows for constant light. The master bedroom is king sized plus and the second bedroom is queen sized. Both boast additional closet space and storage. Overall the apartment is cohesive, homely, and sensible. 115 Morton is part of an established and close-knit community, the buildings and garden are excellently maintained, and just to drive the point home: the location is FANTASTIC. Enjoy an easy walk to the 1 and 2 trains at Christopher St and the A, C, B, D, F, and M trains at W4 St. Stop by The Clam on Hudson St for delicious seafood bites or Hudson Clearwater to scratch your wonky cocktail itch. Or you could walk over to the Lillian Vernon Writer’s House to see such famous authors as Zadie Smith, Jonathan Safran Foer, and Sharon Olds give readings and host master classes almost every weekend.

Features & Amenities

Amenities
 
  • 12 units in building
  • Built in 1960

The Building

This unit is located at 115 Morton St, a coop in West Village. Built in 1960, this post-war low rise property has 12 units.

Ownership type
coop
Year built
1960
Style
post-war low rise  
Stories
5 stories
Units
12 units
Listed by
  Small default Steve Halpern Contact Agent
Brokerage
 
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