46 Carmine Street, 4
Formerly occupied by influential American painter, Jackson Pollock, This one bedroom one bathroom, French-like apartment, features 14 foot tudor style ceilings with skylights and exposed brick walls making this West Village apartment a very unique property. A top floor apartment, resembling the true essence of a West Village home. An open and inviting, bright and breezy, charismatic and warm layout.With 800 square feet - this cottage like home has an open kitchen featuring a double drawer refrigerator, separate freezer, Bosch dishwasher, Verona stove, and a Pirelli floor. The apartment also includes a working fireplace, soaking tub and a separate loft-turned-office. The inside wall, although painted, consists of the original bricks from 1827 and the hallways are the original wide plank floors. This penthouse is located on one of the most historic streets in the West Village between Bedford and Bleecker Street. Carmine Street is Anchored by Our Lady of Pompeii Church which opened in 1927, the street is still home to old bookstores, record stores, and an Italian restaurant from 1965. The building includes a beautiful shared garden with BBQ grill.
This listing courtesy of Douglas Elliman