$650K Chelsea studio proves maximalism is possible in 500 square feet

Posted On Fri, March 1, 2019 By

Posted On Fri, March 1, 2019 By In Chelsea, Cool Listings, Interiors

It doesn’t take much for a studio to feel cramped, but this maximalist co-op at 465 West 23rd Street manages to toe that fine line. Asking $650,000, this cozy, sun-drenched unit packs a lot into just 500 square feet. And if you ever need to stretch out, the studio is located in Chelsea’s massive London Terrace Towers—a virtual mini-city in itself—which offers residents a ton of amenities.

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

The main room features nine-foot beamed ceilings and is flooded with light from large south-facing windows. An alcove provides a semi-private area to place a bed and there’s enough room for a full set of living and dining furniture. Graphite walls and grey oak floors offer a neutral background for eclectic decor. New owners will have plenty of room to fill the space with their own collections and statement art.

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

The kitchen is newly renovated and comes with a full-size range and a dishwasher.

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

465 West 23rd Street, London Terrace Towers, Chelsea

The amenities package covers pretty much anything you’ll need, including a 24-hour doorman, heated indoor pool, sauna, fitness center, a roof deck, laundry rooms (yes, there are multiple!), and storage.

[Listing: 465 West 23rd Street, 5I by Bruce Wayne Solomon of Douglas Elliman]

[At CityRealty]

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Listing images courtesy of Douglas Elliman

 

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