121 Morton St, 2A - West Village - Meatpacking District, New York
Pride of ownership abounds as a singular opportunity awaits at Residence 2A of 121 Morton Street. Lovingly renovated, no detail was spared, this includes the addition of an en-suite master bathroom as well as the creation of three west facing windows that greet you with a protected view of the Hudson River. Starting in the kitchen, there is honed Carrera marble on the oversized counters with white subway tile backsplash. These surround new Miele range, Miele speed oven / microwave combination, and matching stainless Liebherr Refrigerator. The sink has been outfitted with a dedicated chilled water faucet, and there is a garbage disposal as well. All the cabinetry is soft touch.The living room is spacious, large, and bright from southern and western exposures. It features new LED lights on dimmers, CitiQuiet Soundproof windows that are dressed with Lutron remote control roller blinds throughout. The Living Room has two dining areas, either at the Kitchen counter or at the Dining Room table. As such, there are multiple zones and many arrangements are possible. Not to be missed are the new built-in Samsung TV's with Sonos Soundbar. Adjacent to the built-ins you will find a wine chiller and bar area. No detail from floor to ceiling was spared. Of particular note is the through wall AC and heat on Nest system, all-in-one Washer / Dryer , and amazing storage options. Master has a walk-in closet. Each of the bathrooms feature new fixtures, finishes and radiant heat floors.121 Morton St is part of a 420 unit coop spread over many buildings throughout the area. There is common outdoor space. Also, please ask me about the upcoming value-add massive storage / bonus room or den that will be coming available, exclusive to shareholders at 121 Morton St alone.The West Village is the heart of downtown Manhattan, bordered on the west by Riverside Park, and surrounded with the greatest residential amenities one can imagine, from shopping, to entertainment. Nearby are the Whitney Museum, The Standard Hotel, and the entrance to the Highline.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman