The Neo-Classical townhouse at 146 West 16th Street sits on a dreamy historic Chelsea side street, and one of the apartments inside is just as charming. The two-bedroom apartment spans the entire floor and has been renovated. It sold in 2010 for $899,000, in 2014 for $1.29 million, and now it’s asking $1.399 million. Interior details like walnut stained oak floors, whitewashed exposed brick, an original decorative marble mantel, plus a wall of windows facing 16th Street are sure to impress.
A wide hallway connects both ends of the apartment–with great sight lines front to back–so there’s a flow from the front living room to the back bedrooms. The living room got a fresh, modern renovation that includes an accent wall in a bold print complemented by colorful artwork. The pops of color offset prewar details like the dark stained floor and elegant marble mantlepiece.
The sleek renovated kitchen was finished with white lacquer custom cabinetry and countertops, and all stainless steel appliances. It opens to the living room to make the space ideal for entertaining.
The hallway leads to a spacious master bedroom, which faces south over quiet townhouse gardens. The bedroom comes with its own bathroom and walk-in closet. The second bedroom is perfectly sized with a huge perk: a second deep walk-in closet. This space is currently being used as an office.
The lovely brick townhouse at 146 West 16th Street has been converted to a cooperative with common storage and free laundry for residents. Besides the great street it’s located on, you’re within walking distance of the trains along 14th Street, the Highline, and Union Square.
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