If you're looking for a city pad with a country feel, Keller Williams has just the place. As seen on Curbed, this hidden penthouse retreat in the NoMad section of Manhattan boasts all of the conveniences of urban living, as well as an actual covered porch leading out to a lawn-sized terrace with views of the Empire State Building. Of course, the taste of idyllic living in the heart of NYC won't come cheap: rent for this unique rooftop cabin is $4,200/month.
Located at 15 West 28th Street, the penthouse studio unit features an open layout that takes advantage of large windows and skylights that let in plenty of natural light and views. Although there isn’t a separate bedroom, an alcove space does provide some division between the living and sleeping areas.
A recently updated kitchen and small but modern bathroom complete the interior space.
But the real star of this property is the large covered porch, which seriously looks like someone just ripped it out of the pages of Country Living magazine and plopped it onto this city apartment. When you’re not spending time sipping sweet tea on the deck, simply step out onto the spacious terrace to take in your killer views of the Empire State Building and Midtown Manhattan.
The sweet studio also offers easy access to the R, W and 6 lines, and nearby green space, but who needs a park when you’ve got a massive outdoor terrace of your own?
Photos: Keller Willams