Nothing says elegance and style quite like a pre-war gem in the heart of the West Village. Why take on someone else's renovation when you can create your own style in these spacious rooms with sunny city views. Feel the warmth and charm of this art deco building and see the classic details in this high floor residence, including beamed ceilings, hardwood floors, and a wood burning fireplace (WBF). The home offers east, south, and west exposures, sizable closets and more than enough flexible space, all in a highly desirable historic yet trendy location. A classic entry foyer welcomes you into this much loved home which has belonged to one family for over 83 years. Enter into a large living room with an open layout that can also accommodate a dining table or a home office. A bright eat-in kitchen has rare access from both the living room and the foyer. The bedrooms are of great size and face east providing a plethora of light and space for storage. This two-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment can be readily converted to a two-bedroom, two-bathroom with co-op approval, as other A lines in the building have done (see alternate floor plans 1 and 2). The TV home of “Mad Men” character Don Draper, The Waverly is a historic landmark built in 1929. Its classic facade highlights the timeless beauty of pre-war architecture. This full service building features ideal amenities such as a 24 hour doorman, live-in super, central laundry, bike storage and private storage (waiting list). Pets are welcome but pied-a-terres are not allowed. The location is close to Washington Square Park and iconic shops and restaurants. If this culturally rich neighborhood somehow isn’t enough, the West 4th St A/C/E/B/D/F/M station is just down the street, and the Christopher St 1 train station is less than two blocks away. Note there is currently a monthly assessment for capital projects in the amount of $439.66 which expires in April 2024.