The apartment has been completely renovated.
The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit is priced at $2.9 million.
It was featured in Architectural Digest and Interior World a few years ago.
The unit is located in a 10-story elevator building that dates back to 1925.
It was converted into a cooperative apartment in 1958.
The building is located in Greenwich Village, near Washington Square Park and Union Square.
"It's a very charming neighborhood with tree-lined streets.
It feels more like Europe and is one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods.
Although it is listed as a two-bedroom, the apartment is currently configured as a one-bedroom with a dining room.
Spanning two floors, it feels more like a townhouse.
Historic and charming details include a wood-burning fireplace, built-in shelving, vaulted ceilings, and custom woodwork.
It also has an abundance of modern amenities, such as a walk-in closet.
The ideal buyer is someone who likes to entertain, as there is an artistic flow between the rooms.
Naturally, the next owner will also be someone who appreciates the charm of the apartment.
Residents of this 68-unit building have access to a landscaped roof, laundry room and private storage areas.
This full-service co-op has a full-time resident manager and 24/7 janitorial staff.