Tall Tin Ceilings Charm in This $1.4M Chelsea Loft

Posted On Thu, January 22, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, January 22, 2015 By In Chelsea, Cool Listings, Interiors

This $1.395 million, 1,000-square-foot, newly renovated loft at 136 West 24th Street has a flexible layout, making a second bedroom or home office a possibility, all within running distance of the Shake Shack line when it comes back. And Snoopy will love your close proximity to the park and the dog run (and let’s be honest, hamburger crumbs).

136 West 24th Street, renovated loft with flexible layout, exposed brick and original details

Inside, a large-scale living room has four oversized windows, exposed brick walls, exposed ducts, 10-foot tin molded ceilings, and original columns and beams. A high-end kitchen sits in the corner with plenty of space for dining. The windowed bedroom also has large windows, as well as a walk-in closet and en suite bathroom with an entrance from the bedroom and main living space.

136 West 24th Street, renovated loft with flexible layout, exposed brick and original details

The third-floor apartment also features maple hardwood floors, central air and heat, and a Sonos surround system throughout. And don’t worry about hauling furniture or large packages up the steps. There’s a vintage manual elevator for that. 136 West 24th Street is just a block away from Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s and Eataly, with just about every train that goes through Manhattan within blocks.

[Listing: 136 West 24th Street #3F by Adam Miller, Meris Blumstein, and Kenny Blumstein at Corcoran Group]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Corcoran Group

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Neighborhoods : Chelsea

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