No matter how you say it there’s no denying the bright and airy appeal of this sun-filled home at 520 West 19th Street courtesy of floor-to-ceiling windows in just about every room and its very own 48-foot long landscaped terrace.
But if you’re looking to soak up your Vitamin D another way, you’re in luck because this Annabelle Selldorf-designed building is perfectly situated between the High Line and the 550 acre Hudson River Park. So whether you’re in the mood to stretch your legs, picnic, sail, kayak, or paddle-board, you’re covered.
While it’s clear the proximity of so much green space is a huge plus, what you’ll find inside this home will surely take your breath away. Okay, while not technically inside, the enormous terrace running the full width of the apartment and bathed in sunlight all day long is still part of this stunning home. No doubt it will be the centerpiece of countless gatherings on cool summer evenings and crisp fall weekends.
Graced with a 400-square-foot living/dining area, three generously sized bedrooms, three beautifully renovated bathrooms, and a modern open kitchen with Arclinea cabinetry, limestone countertops, Sub Zero refrigerator and wine cooler, and Gaggenau stove, this 2,074-square-foot apartment with wide-plank light oak floors is a work of art unto itself. Perfect for its West Chelsea neighborhood, which boasts the highest concentration of art galleries in the world.
Culture, nature, and an elegant home with views of the Empire State Building and the High Line can all be yours for $4.875 million by contacting Douglas Elliman agents Lisa Interdonato and Raymond Dillulio.
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea