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86 Horatio Street, 3A - West Village, New York
NO BOARD APPROVAL
A very rare availability on one of Manhattan's most sought-after blocks. This fully renovated junior one bedroom home is truly a resemblance of its neighborhood. The open and airy layout is quite welcoming. There is a sleek chef's kitchen which opens into the lofty living room and the hardwood floors are nicely accented by the high ceilings and multiple windows. The northern views from the living area are flooded with light and show a quiet scene of everything that is perfect in the West Village. Every last inch of this home has been well thought out and remarkably designed. Charm is also in abundance in this turn of the century building.
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