Brownstone East Village

224 E 14TH ST

Type
Townhouse

Building Description

Only two blocks east of Union Square, one of the busiest public spaces in Manhattan, lies The Brownstone East Village, an historic 18th-century condominium conversion at 224 East 14th Street. In the northern section of this ever-popular neighborhood, The Brownstone East Village is small, inviting, and at the center of the action. Almost directly on top of a subway station, 224 East 14th Street is an accessible address to almost all that New York City has to offer. The four condominiums for sale that comprise The Brownstone East Village combine classical and modern sensibilities to create a forward-thinking design emblematic of New York City. With each residence occupying a full floor, The Brownstone East Village is unusually spacious for the neighborhood, and that space has been put to good use. Well-known for its garage-turned-kitchen style, The Brownstone East Village is lined with antique brownstone and luxurious porcelain accents, all in a Victorian setting. This interesting dynamic switches upon hitting the contemporary bathroom, with its pure white coloring and sharp lines. For those who seek to live in a preserved and renovated brownstone condominium in a vibrant Manhattan neighborhood, The Brownstone East Village might be the perfect fit. A boutique property, The Brownstone East Village's best amenity is by far its neighborhood; few other places in Manhattan have such a wide variety of local shops and restaurants in a trendy location with a diverse population. The Brownstone East Village may blend in with its neighboring buildings, but it is certainly a stand out.

Building Amenities

  • washer/dryer allowed
Type
Townhouse

Location

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Nearby Transportation

14th Street & Union Square (4 min walk)

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14th Street & 1st Avenue (4 min walk)

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8th Street & NYU (7 min walk)

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East Village

East Village is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in Manhattan. Historically, the neighborhood was home to a large Eastern European community, before musicians, artists, and counter-culture folks called East Village home. While historic prewar buildings provide an old-fashioned charm, a...

 
 

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