This unique 1-bedroom, 1-bath home feels like a private retreat located in an intimate pre-war building on a picturesque, tree-lined and quiet Chelsea block. Upon entering the apartment, you are greeted with beautiful natural light from the large skylight above the living room, high ceilings, and original wood beams from the 1920s. The wall of exposed brick is accented with a wood-burning fireplace delivering old world charm and unique character to this sophisticated space. The northeast exposure delivers iconic city and Empire State Building views and floods the apartment with light all day. The smart layout of the apartment is enhanced by a built-in desk and bookshelf in the living room with a windowed hallway leading to the renovated, zen-like bathroom, featuring teak ceilings and terra-cotta tiled floors. The bedroom has its own custom shelving, through-the-wall A/C, and can accommodate a queen-sized bed. The open kitchen is in great condition and has granite countertops and includes an island with ample storage space. Additionally, there is a private storage unit in the basement included.
Of particular note, this apartment inspired the creation of the successful interior design firm Homepolish and can be sold furnished!
This pre-war co-op building has recently been renovated with a fresh, industrial-chic design and includes an elevator, laundry, private storage and bike storage in the basement. Pied-a-terres, Co-purchasing, Gifting, and Sublets are all allowed. Additionally, the building is pet-friendly and has a part time superintendent. It is located minutes away from the High Line, Chelsea Market, art galleries, amazing restaurants, cafes, and shopping. It's within 2 blocks of the A/C/E and 1/2/3 subways at the 7th and 8th Ave stations and 5 minutes from the F/M at the 6th Ave station.
Please note, the apartment is located on the top floor and the new owner has the option to purchase the roof deck separately from the co-op create their own private garden oasis one flight up!
Chelsea is located in Manhattan between 14th and 30th St and West of 6th avenue. Chelsea is home to many art galleries, chic cafes, and shopping boutiques. Landmarks include the Chelsea Hotel, the innovative IAC/InterActive Corp building, Empire Diner and Chelsea Historic district featuring leafy streets and brownstone homes. Great opportunities for commercial class A, B and C office space with buildings amenities such as 24-hour doormen and access, dedicated elevators, sophisticated reception and conference areas, IT support, impressive views and large windows. Tenants looking to lease or sublease office space in this New York neighborhood can expect to rub shoulders with creative advertising, marketing, PR, and media companies as well as boutique hedge funds, asset managers, and law firms. Major through fares include the 14th St A,C,E,L,1,2,3, and 23rd St C,E,1 Subway stops.