This luminous, Gold Coast of Greenwich Village home is full of rare joys. A unique line in a unique building, 14F is a spacious one bedroom with good bones further beautified by its longtime owners' thoughtful care. Graced with remarkable light and flow, the generous proportions of every room are augmented by the loft of 9' ceilings, which fill the space with light and air drawn from casement windows with views south and east. A modern, open renovation — with a clean white kitchen, counter seating, and copious built-ins throughout — plays off the apartment's pre-war charms, from deep closets with thick wooden doors to baseboard moldings and refinished hardwood floors. Custom details invite: a breakfast nook filled with a tender light at dawn and dusk; built-in bookshelves and window-seats, ideal for reading and dreaming; and clever minimalist storage that keeps the visual peace. The calm of a classic bath, with Waterworks fixtures, white marble, and penny tile, is in keeping with the quiet oasis of the west-facing bedroom, which easily fits a queen bed and seating area, desk, or bureau in addition to the double-wide custom closet. The building is as special as the apartment itself: a 1929 Rosario Candela creation that today boasts old-world charm and the friendly care of a full time staff, including a part-time doorman, live-in super and 24 hour elevator attendant who attends a classic lift with pull-to gate that superstitiously skips the 13th floor. Amenities make life simpler, from bike storage and a building laundry room to common storage and a (recently reimagined, soon-to-reopen) planted roof deck with landmark views of Lower Manhattan. Warm policies make an owner breathe easier, with pets welcome and sublets allowed (no pied-a-terres, however — in keeping with the priority for longterm community). Airy, inviting, turnkey and a true pleasure: this special home is proudly represented by the Jane Advisory at Compass.