While this charming Chelsea co-op at 223 West 21st Street doesn’t have much in the way of extra space, it’s a two-bedroom apartment with a solid reserve of pre-war charm. Mint-condition renovations and an elevator building, combined with the fact that it’s priced at less than a million at $995K make this listing worth a look.
Plentiful light and open views from three exposures aren’t bad, either. The space is rich with detail including original woodwork, high ceilings, crown moldings, exposed brick, a well-preserved hardwood floor and a decorative fireplace. A cozy, classic living room can set the scene for party guests or quiet moments. A spacious and attractive eat-in kitchen has been expertly designed with custom cabinets and stainless steel appliances.
The apartment’s two quiet bedrooms are equal in size. Either could make a fine home office or den.
A renovated bath shows off more exposed brick, with a rustic tin ceiling, marble tiled floor, and modern fixtures. The building offers on-site laundry and a live-in super.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Chelsea