CNN correspondent and former “Ahead of the Curve” co-anchor Jason Carroll just listed this stylish, sparkly one-bedroom home in the rakishly-named Lion’s Head condominium at 121 West 19th Street in Chelsea for $1.75 million. The super-social location near Nomad and the Village makes this one-bedroom unit a great bet if you like being surrounded by tons of shopping, food and fun. Carroll bought the place for just $785,000 back in 2006, so he’s looking to make a nice $1 million profit.
This sunny south-facing one-bedroom starts with an entry foyer with a big closet for stashing winter gear. Lots of windows keep things glowing into the evening.
Dining and entertaining can be one and the same in a gourmet kitchen with granite counters, Poggenpohl cabinets, Viking professional-grade appliances and a wine fridge. Adjacent is an open, spacious living area. There’s plenty of wall space for outsized art pieces, which is a good thing given the art-friendly neighborhood.
A spacious bedroom is accented by stylish wall treatments and two big windows. The apartment’s spacious bath has double basin sinks, a full-sized soaking tub and separate marble shower.
The thoroughly reinvigorated 1920s building offers central A/C throughout, a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super–and a spectacular 5,000 square-foot landscaped and furnished roof deck with killer views.
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea