While it measures just over 1,050 square feet, the design of this Chelsea co-op packs a punch. The beautiful two-bedroom apartment boasts unique touches which fuse an industrial and country aesthetic, from its ten-foot restored pressed ceilings to its original cast-iron columns. The loft, located on the fifth floor of the pre-war building at 107 West 25th Street, has hit the market for $1.79 million.
South-facing windows and ten-foot high ceilings brighten up the living area. Glass and iron panels surround the bedrooms and bathrooms, separating the rooms while keeping that feeling of an open-layout.
The remodeled chef’s kitchen is the definition of modern, with its dark-painted custom cabinetry, marble countertops and sleek, stainless steel appliances. Conveniently, the kitchen also features a washer and dryer.
An abundance of natural light shines in both of the bedrooms, which have dark gray crown molding. The simple white-and-black bathroom features an interesting tile floor and a stunning claw-foot tub.
Amenities include a key fob elevator, roof deck, community garden, room for bikes and storage. In addition to these amenities, the building sits in the hub of the Chelsea Gallery District, in the middle of Madison Square Park and the High Line and near an endless amount of eateries.
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea