VILLAGE CLASSIC - THE COVETED “I” LAYOUT AT 40-50 EAST 10th STREET IS AVAILABLE – seldom does this front-facing 2 bedroom layout become available in this premiere coop located at 40-50 East 10th Street in New York’s Greenwich Village. This is the largest of the original layouts that exist in this building. Each of the 11 windows face onto tree-lined 10th Street and the beautiful facades of the neighboring buildings. Currently configured with 1.5 baths it is possible subject to Board review of a qualified plan to install a full second bath. Offered in good estate condition one can move in with just a few cosmetic upgrades or one can choose to undergo a complete renovation. A rather large proper entrance foyer greets you upon arrival and leads to a vast 25 foot long living room with beamed ceilings, wood burning fireplace and original stone mantel. Three substantial casement windows centered with a charming Juliet planting balcony frame the sunny north facing wall. The eat-in kitchen is among the largest kitchens in the Village’s prewars and offers a flexible layout based upon your custom design. The bedroom hall leads to a guest bedroom and large primary bedroom with huge closets, good proportions and a shared bath. Beautiful hardwood floors throughout. The ceiling height is 9 feet. Built in 1929 and converted in 1963. Known for its casement windows, wood burning fireplaces and graciously proportioned apartments, 40-50 East 10th Street offers homeowners a nice array of services and amenities. A full-time door and lobby staff is available to assist with packages and deliveries as well as providing security. A live-in Super is available who manages the building impeccably. There are 2 outdoor spaces – a garden in the back at lobby level and upstairs one of the nicest roof gardens the Village has to offer complete with specimen trees, an herb garden, and a quiet zone free from cell phones and chatter. In the basement storage lockers exist as does a bike room both subject to availability for separate fee. There is a children’s playroom off the rather large, air-conditioned laundry room. There is even a small lending library where residents share books with one another. Conveniently located between University Place and Broadway you are right in the middle of all that the Central Village offers including fine dining at restaurants such as Il Cantinori and the Knickerbocker, shopping of all sorts from clothiers to antiques, and access to the Union Square with its greenmarket offering in season produce from local farms and purveyors. The cooperative requires 40% as a cash down payment. While primary home ownership is preferred the cooperative will consider pied-a-terre ownership on a limited case-by-case basis. 3% flip tax payable by Seller. Please note that the living room and bedrooms have been depicted with virtual staging in addition to showing these rooms in their current condition.