Welcome home to this cheerful and charming mint condition home perched on the top floor of a prewar coop building in prime West Chelsea. Located on an idyllic tree lined street, this one bedroom co-op offers plenty of pre-war charm blended with modern renovations, and is a tranquil respite from busy city life.
Enter through the handsome, windowed kitchen fully renovated with a Bertazzoni oven, Bosch dishwasher and refrigerator, finished with stone cut countertops and subway tile backsplash. The living room offers plenty of space to entertain and gets soft light overlooking the building's courtyard and skyline views to the north. The windowed bath features oil rubbed bronze fixtures and floor to ceiling subway tile contrasted with handsome dark gray grout. Generously sized bedroom windows provide stunning views of the Hudson Yards skyline. There is ample space for furniture, hardwood floors and a ceiling fan for upcoming summer months, and the adjacent dressing area closet is extra deep.
Built in 1928 and converted to a cooperative in 1986, the Chelsea Arms is a well maintained, pet friendly elevator building with a live in super and laundry facilities along with storage lockers and bike storage in the basement. The flexible coop board allows for co-purchasing and two years of subletting after only two years of ownership.
The Chelsea Arms is located on a quiet tree lined street, yet is so close to the best that downtown offers: The High Line Park, Little Island, Chelsea Market, Chelsea Piers, the Meatpacking and art gallery districts, and top restaurants Jack's Wife Frieda, Loulou and Seamore's Chelsea. The A, C, E, and L subway lines are two blocks away when you need to go further afield.
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