From the Devonshire House’s stylish prewar condominiums to its prime, Greenwich Village location, it is one of the most sought after listings in the whole of Manhattan, combining elegance, comfort and modern convenience.
Since 1928, this fetching red brick building has been at the heart of 28 East 10th Street. The redevelopment has changed the property dramatically but has kept the heart and soul of the old building with the structure and foundations in place to offer an elegant and traditional living space, as well as great public areas.
The condominiums feature high ceilings, prewar moldings in every room and oversized windows with natural light flowing through every space. There is so much room within the apartments at Devonshire House that the possibilities are endless.
Kitchens feature brand new white woodwork and glass counters with modern appliances. The bathrooms have heated floors as well as marble-accented baths.
Apart from the sophistication of the living areas are the fantastic amenities. A 24-hour doorman with concierge service offers security with convenience for all residents. A private fitness center sits alongside a children’s playroom. Both amenities are unusual for a prewar condominium, adding a bit of value.
The traditional English courtyard garden and landscaped roof terrace continue the stylish prewar theme, while the location itself effortlessly exudes grace and style in all directions.