Located on the top floor of the Hell’s Kitchen co-op 857 Ninth Avenue and decked out with skylights (with their own retractable shades!), this $625,000 pad feels like it’s perched up in the clouds. 11.5-foot ceilings and two lofts, above the bedroom and kitchen, don’t hurt either. Nor do the Manhattan cityscape views from the Eastern facing windows. This home last sold for $549,000 in 2016. We’re guessing it got some upgrades before it was listed again this year.
The first of the two skylights is located in the living room, a space that also comes with views out over Ninth Avenue. The room has a wall of painted exposed brick, a decorative fireplace, and built-in, floor-to-ceiling adjustable cherry wood shelving.
A loft above the living room could hold additional sleeping space or storage. In the current design, the lofted room creates an office nook below.
The kitchen separates the living room from the bedroom. It’s got an oven, separate stove-top, dishwasher, and two refrigerators, both of which are located below the counters in order to maximize space.
Here’s a look at the floorplan to see the placement of the lofts and skylights in this efficiently-designed apartment. The bedroom, which has the second skylight, wood flooring, and a large walk-in closet, isn’t pictured.
And here’s a look at the midtown view afforded by its top floor location. The apartment is located between 55th and 56th streets, just a short block south from Columbus Circus and Central Park.
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Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens
Neighborhoods : Hell's Kitchen