This one-bedroom co-op offers a big foyer, breakfast nook and plenty of room for books. Located on the top floor of a 1940 Colonial Revival building at 221 East 18th Street, it nods to the era’s streamlined style with simple lines, a gently curved nook and built-in shelves in a niche in the entry.
The building was designed by prolific apartment house architects Kavy & Kavovitt, and an early brochure touted built-in hampers, concealed radiators, cross ventilation and Colonial fixtures.
This unit is painted white, and there’s a pop of purple tile in the renovated kitchen. There are four closets plus storage elsewhere in the building.
The elevator building has a live-in super, laundry and a shared garden area. Monthly maintenance is $898. Listed by Deanna Lenhart of Douglas Elliman, the unit is asking $499,000. What do you think?
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