Brown Harris Stevens | Established 1837



40 Fifth Avenue

Located in 40 Fifth Avenue, among the premier cooperative buildings of Greenwich Village's Gold Coast, awaits apartment 3-B, the former home and studio of world-renowned artist and author Maurice Sendak. This rarely available corner B-line two-bedroom, two-bath apartment boasts beautiful Northern and Eastern views, overlooking treetops and the First Presbyterian Church's immaculate grounds. The living room features a fireplace, grand picture windows, and artful built-ins. The windowed kitchen and formal dining room both overlook the building's landscaped private garden. Each bedroom has its own en-suite bath, and generous closet space may be found throughout the apartment. 40 Fifth Avenue, built in 1929, welcomes you home with a friendly white-glove 24 hour doorman service, and is the epitome of luxury living in any cooperative in the Greenwich Village.

Scott Harris
Scott Harris
212-317-3674   c: 646-302-5710
Barry Herbst
Barry Herbst
212-588-5673   c: 646-535-8358

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ID: 3683424

Residence Information

Rooms: 5.0
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2.0

Building Information

Period: Pre-War
Built: 1929
Building Type: Elevator
Doorman: Yes
Attended lobby: Yes
Elevator attendant: Yes
Laundry in building: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes