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About 3 Cornelia St New York, NY 10014
This two bedroom, two bath corner gem floats above the spot where historic Cornelia Street, West 4th Street and Avenue of the Americas meet. Surrounded by 21 windows, you will live at the prow of the Florentine patterned Triangle Building, once home to American artist John Sloan's studio and the subject of his masterpiece at the National Gallery of Art: The City From Greenwich Village.
At approx. 1200 square feet, this triangular shaped unit offers triple exposure (East, West and North) and a lovely arched window gives a straight shot view of the Empire State building. There are charming details throughout including magnificent built-in bookshelves replete with rolling library ladder, antique doors, and patterned tiles.
The kitchen features stainless steel appliances and there is tons of storage throughout.
The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom and walk-in closet and the second bedroom also features excellent closet space.
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