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Three-Bedrooms in the Lower East Side & East Village Three-Bedrooms in the Lower East Side & East Village

Three Bedrooms in the East Village and Lower East Side

Our neighborhood focus finds great recent listings in a size we can live with. The East Village and Lower East side weren't always a top choice for family life, but that has changed in recent years. The recently-listed homes below have three bedrooms (or the potential for them) while offering an all-ages neighborhood with something for everyone.
80 East 10th Street, #2W
80 east 10th street 2W Listed Oct 27, 2017. Image via Brown Harris Stevens
Representing a new level of luxury in an old neighborhood, this three-bedroom 1,840-square-foot home is one of only two units on its floor. The apartment offers triple exposures for maximum light, 10-foot ceilings, a state-of-the-art kitchen and custom finishes throughout. For convenience there's a washer and vented dryer and high performance multi-zone central air, with walls of triple glazed windows assuring quiet along with great views. The newly-minted building offers a partially attended lobby, a virtual concierge, bicycle storage, a private garden and a beautifully landscaped furnished rooftop terrace with city skyline views.
64 East 1st Street, #2
64 East 1st Street Unit 2 Listed Oct 30, 2017. Image via Douglas Elliman
One of a "boutique collection" of six full-floor residences with private terraces, this 1,807-square-foot loft offers two bedrooms and a home office/convertible third bedroom, plus two bathrooms and a powder room. This flexible floor plan starts with a keyed elevator entrance and offers a dramatic great room with floor-to-ceiling casement windows, a sleek kitchen and luxurious baths–and, as we mentioned, a private outdoor terrace. Another new addition to the East Village, 64 East offers virtual doorman technology and an on-site fitness center.
527 East 12th Street, #B1B3
527 East 12th Street #B1B3 Listed Nov 8, 2017. Image via Compass
Yes, you're seeing that right: This large two-bedroom Lower East Side co-op is set up as a two-bedroom but would be easy to convert to a three-bedroom or more. It's in an HDFC building so you'll have to meet the income limits, but you'll be getting plenty of charm and loads of space in this sprawling home that's the result of two apartments having been combined. Building amenities include a roof deck with city views.
The Saint Mark, 115 East 9th Street, #15A
The Saint Mark, 115 East 9th Street #15A Listed Oct 26, 2017. Image via Warburg Realty
No board approval is required to buy this three-bedroom home in the full-service Saint Mark cooperative building. This high floor unit offers endless western views, a chef's kitchen, many closets and all the luxury and comfort we've grown to expect from Manhattan living. A large home office adds even more storage options. The building offers a 24-hour doorman, a live-in superintendent, a laundry room, bike room, individual storage, a playroom and a parking garage.
Ludlow Lofts, 75 Ludlow Street, #3A
75 Ludlow Street #3A Listing updated Nov 20, 2017. Image via Douglas Elliman
This vibrant three-bedroom loft spans 1,646 square feet with contemporary finishes and exposed brick. The open chef's kitchen boasts plenty of counter space and seating - perfect for kids or entertaining guests - and the in-unit laundry room is a practical amenity to have in any large household. Other features of the home include three exposures, radiant heat floors, and plenty of closet space. The building, Ludlow Lofts, offers a part-time doorman, bike storage, a key-locked elevator, and a planted roof deck.

Inspiration: Two Boots Pizza founders’ amazing $10.5M townhouse is filled with memories of a bygone East Village

113 East 2nd Street TH 113 East 2nd Street Townhouse. Image via Warburg Realty
New York City is filled with homes–and stories–that are truly one-of-a-kind, and this massive, customized-from-top-to-bottom townhouse in the East Village is a perfect example. The five-story house is brimming with creative additions by residents who themselves helped shape one of the city’s most storied neighborhoods. The 7,000-square-foot property finds itself finally on the market for $10.5 million after a decade-long dispute between its owners, Phil Hartman and Doris Kornish, founders of the now-national pizza chain Two Boots. It's currently configured as an owner’s unit with seven bedrooms and a separate one bedroom apartment on the parlor floor with “very limited and specific commercial uses.”
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