Located in the heart of Greenwich Village, 32 Jones Street is an extremely well-maintained boutique Walk-Up pre-war co-op building just a few steps from iconic Bleecker Street and Washington Square Park.
Apt 4D has high ceilings, exposed brick walls and is packed with custom-built amenities like a chef’s kitchen re-designed by the owner, an accomplished amateur chef and chocolate maker, with an unusually large amount of counterspace (for a studio), tons of cabinets, plus two refrigerators for those who like to cook and entertain.
The main living area has been artfully and functionally designed to fit a beautiful mirrored display/storage cabinet (doubling as a murphy bed), a couch and a pull-down dining table that can sit six. And with windows in the kitchen, bathroom and main living space, this studio gets plenty of light.
At night, the main room easily and seamless transforms into an intimate and relaxing bedroom by simply pulling up the dining table and pulling out the Murphy bed from the aforementioned display/storage cabinet. Additionally, throughout the apartment, a variety of custom-closets have been built ranging from shelving units and wardrobe-like cabinets, to out-of-the-way spaces designed to store seasonal clothing and luggage.
32 Jones Street sits at the intersection of Jones Street and Bleecker Street, considered by many to be the heart of Greenwich Village, and is surrounded by an eclectic variety of restaurants, bars, and shops including Murray’s Cheese, one of the largest cheese shops in all of NYC, and Faicco’s Italian Market, one of the oldest Italian markets in NYC. Located between 6th and 7th Avenue, it’s a 5-minute walk to the A, B, C, D, E, F, and M trains on Sixth Ave (West 4th Street stop) and, in the other direction, to the 1 train on Seventh Ave (Sheridan Square/NYU stop).