Bright and spacious penthouse 8C at 115 Fourth Avenue is our home of the day.

In Greenwich Village, a Spiral Staircase and a Dizzying View

A corner penthouse in the turn-of-the-century Petersfield Building at 115 Fourth Avenue, Apartment PH 8C is our home of the day.

It is not every day that a top-floor, corner penthouse becomes available in the historical, yet hip Greenwich Village. This two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo at 115 Fourth Avenue is on the market for the first time in over 30 years. Sought after, spacious, and bright, we present to you, Penthouse 8C, our home of the day.

The rooftop view from 115 Fourth.

Built in 1905, the Petersfield Building boasts oversized, symmetrical windows that allow natural light to invade all of its apartments, especially Penthouse 8C. When you enter this Greenwich Village charmer, the first thing that you will notice are the large and brilliant windows through which you will see a wonderful view of the city, including the spire of nearby Grace Church. Admire the wonderful sky-lit dining room, ready for your home-warming party and all family holidays. The spiral staircase in the living room leads to the newly renovated and unique rooftop deck, ready for a summer of grilling, gardening, and entertaining.

Bordering the East Village, the Petersfield is one of the most connected apartment buildings in the city, with easy access to all major transportation and surrounded by history, culture, and fun. Take a few steps out of 115 Fourth Avenue and you can find all of the entertainment you need, from hearing jazz music in Union Square, to finding a late-night slice of pizza. Explore the same streets that were once walked and loved by Edgar Allen Poe and Bob Dylan, and appreciate all of the beauty of the preserved pre-Civil War buildings. Take part in some of the free and enjoyable activities offered in the neighborhood and become a member of the quirky and vibrant community that encircles you.

Priced at $2,595,000 115 Fourth Avenue, Apartment PH8C is presented by Corcoran agents Glenn Schiller and Tifany Gangaram.