You Can Live Right by the High Line for Just $550K

Posted On Thu, February 5, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, February 5, 2015 By In Chelsea, Cool Listings, Interiors

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.

333 West 21st Street, apartments near Chelsea, High Line Park, exposed brick, bookshelves

333 West 21st Street, apartments near Chelsea, High Line Park, exposed brick, bookshelves

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, apartments near Chelsea, High Line Park, exposed brick, bookshelves

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.

[Listing: 333 West 21st Street #4FE by Gil Neary and Daisy Dowleh of DG Neary Realty]

[Via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of DG Neary Realty

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Neighborhoods : Chelsea

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