Get a little glam in this spacious Chelsea one-bedroom asking $750K

Posted On Fri, January 24, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, January 24, 2020 By In Chelsea, Cool Listings

Photos by Katie Breitic for Tom Cooper, courtesy of Compass

If there’s one name that harkens to the glamour of pre-war architecture, it very well might be Emery Roth, the designer of the 1931 building at 300 West 23rd Street. And this one-bedroom corner unit, currently on the market for $750,000, has taken this notion of Art Deco glamour and infused it into a modern renovation that also adds some glitz and mid-century nods. With two gracious walk-in closets, a contemporary open kitchen, and plenty of street-facing windows, the co-op is sure to turn some heads.

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

A small entry hall serves as a welcome foyer, with a perfectly situated closet. From there, enter the bright living space, which has plenty of room for a dining table. Throughout are subtle beamed ceilings and dark-stained hardwood floors, brushed steel window blinds, and raised gallery baseboards. The “hidden” closet doors feature lucite and brass hardware.

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

A marble-topped island provides some visual separation for the kitchen, where an exposed steel pipe adds a bit of historic character. There are Subzero and Miele appliances, cool frosted glass upper cabinets, and stone floors and backsplash.

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

The corner bedroom takes advantage of north and west exposures, where the Empire State Building is visible. The bedroom has city windows and another custom-designed walk-in closet. The bathroom is off the bedroom and has sleek white penny-tiled floors and subway-tiled walls.

300 West 23rd Street, Chelsea co-op

One perk of living in the building is that gas and electric are included in the maintenance fee. There’s a full-time doorman, bike room, basement laundry room, and storage available. Plus, the building is located on the corner of 8th Avenue, right above the C, E subway entrance and in the midst of all the restaurants and shops in Chelsea.

[Listing: 300 West 23rd Street, 2K by Tom Cooper of the Dyksterhouse Team at Compass]

[At CityRealty]

Photos by Katie Breitic for Tom Cooper, courtesy of Compass

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Neighborhoods : Chelsea

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