Sevigny first sold the landmarked home—nestled inside one of six 19th century townhouses in the St. Mark’s Historic District—in 2013.
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The one-bedroom abode rests on the ground floor of a classic Greek Revival building on the uber-hip block of E. 10th Street.
The living room of the 1,250 square-foot-space features built-in bookshelves, exposed beam ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, and wide-plank pinewood flooring.
There’s also a recently renovated Chef’s kitchen—complete with butcher block countertops—and a dining area with terra cotta tile floors and an office nook.
The master bedroom suite boasts a second working fireplace, a spacious walk-in closet, and an en suite bathroom with a freestanding cast iron tub.
The co-op also includes a landscaped front garden with a private entrance (through a Dutch door, no less) as well as another half bathroom and a brand-new laundry room.