You Can Live Right by the High Line for Just $550K
Here’s a cute one-bedroom apartment at 333 West 21st Street near the High Line, asking $550,000. The home has attractive features like wood beamed ceilings and exposed brick walls, and with enough wall space to hang a multitude of pictures and a décor that’s vaguely reminiscent of the Golden Girls, this charmer is definitely worth a look.
The layout is pretty straightforward. Enter to find a bedroom and bathroom on your left and a kitchen and living room on your right. The windowed kitchen has updated appliances mixed with throwback cabinets and wallpaper. Further down, the living room has light from two windows, a decorative fireplace, a brick accent wall, and a ton of bookshelves. The bedroom has eastern-facing windows and a recently renovated en suite bath.
333 West 21st Street is part of a pet-friendly brownstone co-op of several contiguous buildings on a tree-lined block in Chelsea. There’s a shared laundry room and a common roof deck. Chelsea Market, galleries, shops, and eateries are all nearby.
Photos courtesy of DG Neary Realty