Look out over Manhattan from your glass-wrapped living room in this $7M Chelsea penthouse
Photo courtesy of The Corcoran Group
Perched 24 floors above New York City, this three-bedroom penthouse condo on the border of Chelsea and Nomad features a living room wrapped in floor-to-ceiling glass. Just beyond, a wraparound terrace offers an al fresco eyeful of the Empire State Building and the Hudson River. Asking $6,995,000, this sleek 2,190-square-foot home in the Noma at 50 West 30th Street has 10-foot ceilings, a keyed elevator entrance, fine finishes, and impressive amenities.
Direct elevator access yields a spacious foyer/gallery. Just beyond is the living room, wrapped with 40 feet of floor-to-ceiling steel-framed factory-style windows.
For all-season living and entertaining, the living room features a sleek built-in fireplace; on all sides are breathtaking Manhattan views. This dazzling living and dining space is wrapped by a terrace with eastern and western river views.
The eat-in kitchen offers a spacious breakfast nook, Miele appliances, and a Marvel wine fridge. White cabinetry is topped by pebble gray quartz stone worktops and a white marble tile backsplash.
The corner primary bedroom has the same stunning city views. The spacious suite offers a walk-in closet and two additional closets. A large and luxurious en-suite bath overlooks Times Square.
Two additional bedrooms offer views to the south and west. Both have en-suite baths and plenty of closet space. Within steps of the bedrooms is a laundry room.
Building amenities include a full-time doorman, a concierge, a gym, a recreation center, a roof deck, and a building terrace with gas grills and a wet bar.
[Listing details: 50 West 30th Street PH2 at CityRealty]
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Photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group