This charm-filled two-bedroom co-op at 333 West 22nd Street has the good fortune of being located on one of Chelsea‘s most picturesque historic townhouse blocks. Inside the apartment, recently listed for $1.195 million, you’ll find just as much charm in the form of a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick walls and a renovated bath, plus plenty of closet space. In case you’re not convinced: In the den/second bedroom is a glass door that leads to a tranquil and gorgeous planted garden, perfect for restful pondering or outdoor dining.
A wood-burning fireplace anchors the living room, which is accented by an exposed brick wall, polished wood floors, and the promise of the adjacent kitchen.
The kitchen has both charm and chops with with wood cabinetry, a breakfast bar, and full-sized appliances.
The master bedroom has the added bonus of a walk-in closet. The bath has had a recent update that modernizes its charm but is every bit as lovely as the rest of the home.
Through the second bedroom, currently functioning as a den, enter this paradise of a townhouse garden.
Front gardens at the building’s entrance are yet another assurancce that the good looks of this Chelsea residence don’t have a bad angle.
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Images courtesy of Sotheby’s. Credit: Scott Wintrow/Gamut Photos.
Neighborhoods : Chelsea