Contemporary and country styles collide at this $595K Soho one-bedroom

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Listing photos by Shannon Dupree with DD Reps

If HGTV’s “Hometown” series did NYC apartments, we bet this is what you could expect. The small–but amazingly priced–Soho one-bedroom expertly mixes country and contemporary styles to create a chic and convenient home. The co-op is located at 110 Thompson Street and is asking $595,000.

The entrance opens into the kitchen, which features Miele and Subzero appliances including a dishwasher, white quartzite counters, and a built-in bench that doubles as storage and seating. Beadboard walls and open wooden shelving lend a rustic feel.

Though the space is not big, the muted color palette and decision to carry the gray paint color throughout makes the place feel larger. It was also recently renovated by the owner, an architect. In the living room, whitewashed exposed brick keeps things bright, while a custom frosted glass divider provides privacy from the bedroom.

The bedroom gets great light from two street-facing windows. The backside of the divider is floor-to-ceiling custom storage.

Finally, back off the entrance is the bathroom.

The 35-unit building is located in the heart of Soho between Prince and Spring Streets and offers a liberal sublet policy. Do note that this unit is a sixth-floor walk-up.

[Listing details: 110 Thompson Street, Unit 6E at CityRealty]

[At Compass by Max Moondoc and James Baker]


Listing photos by Shannon Dupree with DD Reps

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