This duplex is located within one of the loveliest developments in Chelsea: the General Theological Seminary complex, which still holds a seminary but also now includes condos, community space and a hotel. This condo building, at 455 West 20th Street, offers residents access to the close, a picturesque private garden in the center of the complex. And this apartment up for grabs isn’t too shabby, with three bedrooms and three bathrooms over 2,476 square feet. It’s asking a hefty monthly rent of $28,000.
According to the listing the apartment has gone through “numerous designer upgrades” that include “European styling” and custom finishes. The large great room, which holds open living and dining spaces, comes with a wood burning fireplace, high ceilings, exposed stone masonry and built-in storage.
The kitchen’s been completely decked out with unique finishes. Striking glass and metal storage walls separate the kitchen from the rest of the apartment. Inside the kitchen, the walls are lined with custom paneling, designed by artisans from Italy, as well as exposed brick. That’s topped off with upscale appliances that include a wine fridge.
The staircase, which leads to the bedrooms, is lined with more unique storage space.
The master was re-designed with “a European sensibility,” according to the listing. Apparently that means distressed glass walls, customized closets and an ensuite bathroom with dual sinks.
You actually get two entrances into this spacious duplex: one through the attended lobby, and another through a private gated entrance up a private flight of stairs. A very unique setup for a very unique apartment. Be sure to browse the gallery for a few more interior shots.
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea