228 West 21st Street
Chelsea | Listing No. RPLU-2171117315
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A stunning floor through home boasting high-end finishes and a private sun terrace. This 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home is an exquisite blend of contemporary luxury and timeless city charm.The apartment sits just one flight up of a chic prewar walk-up, and it features a collection of elegant details that include refinished hardwood floors, airy ceilings over 11-ft in height, custom AC and heating covers with Silestone quartz tops, oversized windows with custom treatments, new AC units, Northern and Southern exposures, an in-home washer/dryer, exposed redbrick walls, new lighting, a wood-burning fireplace with a redbrick surround and a new mantel, and a private partially-covered terrace with pendant lighting, lush planters, and a firewood rack.The home begins with an expansive open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen saturated with northern light. The living room has new high-hat lighting and lovely built-in shelving, while the dining room has a modern chandelier and leads into a pristine all-white kitchen equipped with custom Waterworks cabinetry, pendant lighting, sleek Silestone quartz countertops and backsplashes, a large pass-through, a pantry, an integrated under-sink water filtration system, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Bosch and GE Monogram.The primary bedroom has a walk-in closet, access to the terrace, a private en-suite, and a new ceiling fan that highlights a charming medallion. The en-suite is adorned with new lighting, a spacious marble vanity, new fixtures, and a relaxing walk-in steam shower. The second bedroom has a new ceiling fan, a wall of custom closets, new lighting, and easy access to a tranquil second bathroom with a mosaic tile accent wall, new floors and fixtures, and a gorgeous free-standing soaking tub.228 West 21st Street is a lovely prewar co-op nestled in the heart of Chelsea. The building has a gated entryway, private storage, and common laundry. It is moments from trendy restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops, and it is a few blocks from The High Line, Madison Square Park, and Chelsea Market. Nearby subway lines include the 1/C/E. Pets are welcome upon board approval.
ChelseaChelsea is meant for living. Located from 14th Street to 34th Street west of Sixth Avenue, the neighborhood is named after Chelsea, London which ironically enough was once known as a 19th century Victorian artists’ colony. You can’t mention NYC art galleries and museums without mentioning Chelsea. Home to the Rubin Museum, the Whitney Museum, the Gagosian Gallery, and so much more. You’ll also find no shortage of luxury boutiques and shops bringing a trendy, well-dressed wave of residents and visitors. Pre-war apartments on cobblestoned streets sit next to modern high-rise buildings and historic townhomes.
What to Expect:
What to expect:
- Chelsea lofts, Chelsea Market, and Chelsea Piers
- The High Line, an elevated train track repurposed into a public park
- Thriving nightlife and dining scene
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