294 Elizabeth Street
Houston & Bleecker Greenwich Village
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Two 1 bedroom 1 bath apartments each converted to alcove studios; One apartment recently renovated with skylight and one garden view is original condition.
Two 1 bedroom 1 bath apartments, one rent controlled and one rent stabilized; In original condition.
Owners' apartment; 2 bed, 2 bath; 2 decorative fireplaces with original carved marble surrounds; Windowed cook's kitchen with a French country sensibility; master marbled bath with W/D.
First Floor, Street Level
Beauty salon; Full contemporary renovation; full bath; street entrance; building stairway access.
Large open room; Ground level to garden; 10' Ceiling; Full size windows across back; Spiral Staircase to First floor; 1 bathroom; Utility rm with W/D; Several closets; side stairway access.
- Approx. Sq. Ft.6,344
- Decorative fireplaces
A RARE NOLITA INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY! THIS PROPERTY WILL BE DELIVERED with one vacancy, the second floor (see set-up sheet for details). This brick townhouse sits on a very quiet block on Elizabeth Street, just north of Houston. It is a four story building with a full basement and adjacent garden. The basement, first and second floors have been recently renovated. A hair salon occupies the first/ground floor and basement. The second floor is a free market floor-thru apartment and is a 2bed/2bath home with restored plank floors, a French country windowed kitchen and two decorative fireplaces with original carved marble surrounds. The third and fourth floors are 2 apartments per floor, have one rent controlled and 3 stabilized tenants. The building is approximately 6300 sf gross with FARs allowing another possible two full floors. The building is zoned C5.
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Downtown Central, from Houston Street to 14th Street, from the Bowery to Seventh Avenue.
If you’re new to Greenwich Village, and you’re walking along admiring its townhouses and co-ops, the spot where West Fourth Street crosses West Tenth Street might cause you to scratch your head a little. Even the Village’s most modern luxury condos get a bit of European charm from the meandering, tree-lined streets, leftovers from the 19th century, when Greenwich Village was new development, started up before the city’s grid plan.