29 7th Ave

29 7th Ave, New York, NY 10011

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3 Beds 3 Beds 3 Br 1 Bath 1 Bath 1 Ba 1 1,600 SF

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About 29 7th Ave New York, NY 10011

SICKEST 3BR FLEX4 IN WEST VILLAGE! AMAZING DEAL! Apartment features stunning hardwood floors, high ceilings, over sized windows and unique detailing throughout. Spacious kitchen with ample counter top space to go along with over sized medicine cabinets providing you with generous amounts of storage. King sized bedrooms with tremendous light flooding the entire apartment only adding to its allure and charm. Apartment is a rare find! Real 3 bedroom 2 bath with a balcony and a duplex layout. plenty of living space. The building is part time doorman and has an elevator as well as a roof deck. B,D,F,M,A,C,E trains all steps away Flexible Move in Conveniently located near some of the cities best dining, nightlife, shopping and much more. This West Village Gem wont last long so don't miss out Call or Text Ralph Glavan to schedule a viewing @516-209-7156

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Neighborhood - West Village

West Village

Just stand on any corner in West Village and you'll know why it's the ultimate Manhattan address coveted by celebrities and authors, business people, and bohemians alike. Charming store fronts in historic brick buildings feature fantastic window displays below apartments laced with iron fire escapes. Trees seem to spring from the sidewalks to shade the narrow streets filled with yellow taxi cabs. Pedestrians stroll the brick-lined sidewalks as patrons sip lattes at outdoor cafes. Historic architecture is everywhere -- and so are the echoes of this neighborhood's long, legend-filled past. Poet Dylan Thomas did not go gently into that good night -- he drank himself to death at the White Horse Tavern in West Village. Jack Kerouac walked the streets here; and so did Henry James, Edith Wharton, and Jackson Pollock.

Brownstones line winding cobblestone streets, and some of the world's best restaurants, shops, and nightclubs dot the landscape.

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