On a postcard-perfect tree-lined West Chelsea street, tucked among elegant, historic apartment buildings, this one-bedroom garden co-op at 433 West 24th Street has just what it takes to recharge and take refuge from the surrounding kaleidoscope of New York City life. The listing for this funky and fabulous flat offers no floor plan or square footage, but rooms appear well-designed to take advantage of the available living space–and look good doing it.
The living area in this south-facing garden apartment fits in a fireplace nicely.
A chic home office nook offers a view of the tree-lined street.
Tucked away just far enough down the hall, the queen-sized bedroom has two windows and a large mirrored closet.
A renovated open kitchen is bounded by a breakfast bar–perfect if the three bears stop by for a casual noodle bowl.
The kitchen opens to a dining area–just right for when Goldilocks joins the dining party–and the above-mentioned generously-sized living room.
This pre-war Art Deco co-op residence, built in 1920, offers a live-in super, laundry and, of course, proximity to all that makes Chelsea such a sought-after neighborhood: the High Line, the Hudson Greenway and too many galleries, boutiques, food shops and dining spots to count, as well as several subway lines.
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Images courtesy of Keller Williams
Neighborhoods : Chelsea