If you’re looking for a loft with character, you’ll want to check out this unit at 107 West 25th Street in Chelsea. It has all the original elements you look for, like refinished hardwoods, and whitewashed exposed brick, while throwing in some rare extras like original tin ceilings, exposed pipes painted red, and a 16-foot skylight. And it’s available for rent for the first time ever for $6,500 a month.
The two-bedroom loft has a flexible floorplan and opens directly to a fully renovated kitchen. This eat-in kitchen has stainless steel appliances, white cabinets, and a farmhouse sink. Across from the kitchen is one of the loft’s two bedrooms, both of which boast French doors.
Traveling further into the home, there’s an expansive living room area with tons of closet space and a large 16-foot skylight, although we’re not sure if those are your neighbor’s windows above it. The second bedroom is on the other side of the skylit living room, and benefits from one of the apartments three northern windows, making that dream of an indoor garden a real possibility.
Residents of 107 West 25th Street enjoy a shared roof garden and deck that is just one flight up from this apartment. Its convenient location between Madison Square Park and the Chelsea Gallery District puts just about everything at your fingertips, including the High Line, Hudson River parks, Ladies Mile shopping, Union Square and more.
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman