630 East 14th Street, Unit 4

630 East 14th Street, Unit 4


1 Bed |  1 Bath | Co-op

Offered At $499,000

Maintenance: $662/mo.


Enjoy ample charm and modern updates in this pin-drop quiet, renovated one-bedroom, one-bathroom home in a well-maintained East Village co-op. 

Chic painted brick walls create a stylish backdrop in this pre-war gem where ceilings soar more than 10 feet overhead and hardwood floors pave each room. Windows on three exposures provide light and air throughout the 500-square-foot abode. In the oversized living room, you'll find a generous footprint for living and dining, while the beautifully updated open kitchen features sparkling quartz countertops and a breakfast bar. The serene bedroom is placed at the quiet rear of the home, and the adjacent white-on-white renovated windowed bathroom includes a new modern vanity and large tub-shower.

630 East 14th Street is part of a six-building, pet-friendly co-op situated between Avenues B and C. The handsome pre-war buildings feature restored brownstone facades and amenities include a common backyard and barbecue area, basement bike room, shareholder storage and a live-in superintendent. Maintenance charges include heat, water, gas, real-estate taxes and all building maintenance. Pied-à-terres and parent co-purchases permitted.

The home's surrounding East Village neighborhood is filled with shops, services, dining and entertainment sure to suit every need. Many of New York's best restaurants are within blocks, plus Trader Joe’s and Target will opening one block west making shopping super convenient. Lovely Tompkins Square Park is just four blocks south, providing 10-plus acres of open space, a year-round greenmarket, playgrounds and a dog park.

Bowery Wall’s newest mural by PichiAvo

The Bowery Wall stands as one of the city's most coveted spots for public art, with a history that stretches back to 1982, when Keith Haring cleared out piles of trash from the sliver of a lot and gave the city one of his iconic, day-glo murals.

Haring's original piece was destroyed, but in 2008 developer Tony Goldman (who owned the lot) and downtown gallery owner Jeffrey Deitch hired an artist to replicate the work on the site, and a succession of commissioned murals have followed. Among the all-star street artists who have put their stamp on the highly visible corner are Futura 2000, Swoon, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, Revok and Pose, Aiko, Cope2, Retna, JR, Faile, Maya Hayuk, and Kenny Scharf.

And now it's PichiAvo's turn, and their piece, mostly finished yesterday afternoon after a full week of work, is a stunner. The mural follows the Spanish duo's signature "Urban Mythology" style: they spray on a layer of old-school tags and throw-ups, then lay down an epic Greco-Roman-looking classical scene, then finish up with more graffiti on top.

At the moment, the never-ending construction along that stretch of Houston Street has turned the space directly in front the wall into a parking lot, but you can still get a good view of PichiAvo's piece from the sidewalk. It will be on display for at least another three months.