Artist Karl Mann has listed his two-bedroom duplex at 334 West 20th Street in Chelsea for short-term rental, asking $8,975 a month. For anywhere from three to six months, you can call this artsy Chelsea pad with a “Jungle Book” vibe, home. Not to mention you’ll get to benefit from the aesthetic of a man who turns flea market finds into treasures.
The 1,800-square-foot loft is in a townhouse that quite possibly used to be part of Chelsea Lodge. The entrance is on the parlor floor and it’s one flight up to the second and third floors, where this residence lies. When you enter on the second floor, there’s a large open entertaining space, consisting of a living and dining room combination with a decorative fireplace, northern light from three large windows, and an open kitchen. Behind the entertainment space there’s a bedroom suite with plenty of closet space and southern light. And the windowed bath, bathed in mosaic tile is a visual treat in and of itself.
The upper level can either be devoted entirely to the master bedroom, or if you need it, there’s space to include a third bedroom. This floor has plenty of built-ins surrounding its three northern windows, another decorative fireplace, and a skylit opening, allowing you to peek down to the level below. There’s also a walk-in closet, space for storage, and a washer and dryer.
334 West 20th Street is in a prime Chelsea location, close to the Hudson, the High Line, and plenty of art galleries, trendy shops and restaurants.
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Photos courtesy of Town Residential
Neighborhoods : Chelsea