Here’s a cheery, sunny pad at 333 West 21st Street, on one of Chelsea’s best blocks. This 575-square-foot one-bedroom apartment has prewar details, high quality finishes and a prime location right by the High Line. It last sold two years ago for roughly $525,000, and now it’s back on the market, asking $650,000.
The layout is basically divided into two parts. To the left of the entrance is the bedroom and bathroom, and to the right, the kitchen and living room. The living room has a wall of exposed brick, a fireplace, and light from two oversized windows. The kitchen has white cabinets and open shelving with under-cabinet lighting, stone countertops, an undermount sink, and stainless steel appliances.
The bedroom features another exposed brick accent wall, wainscoting, a walk-in closet, and a pristine en suite bathroom. Here’s the bad part: Guests will have to go through the bedroom to get to the bathroom, and you’ll notice from the picture that it might not be the most convenient trek… for you or your guests.
333 West 21st Street is one of three five-story townhouses built in 1900. The 55 total units share new and landscaped common roof decks. It’s also a pet-friendly building with a live-in super and bike storage. Best of all, it’s steps away from the High Line, shopping, fine dining, art galleries, and the Hudson River Park.
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Chelsea