In the heart of bustling and ever-expanding Chelsea, a seven-story, 6,500 square-foot new-construction townhouse stands seductively for sale at 338 West 15th Street. Listed for $13.395 million, the home represents a new kind of opportunity in more ways than one. In addition to being meticulously finished with the most luxurious materials available and possessed of endless space both indoors and outdoors, a $1 million discount is offered to a buyer who is an employee of Google. And that (not-so-) little extra perk for a potential Google buyer is intended as a celebration of the company’s exciting expansion within the Chelsea neighborhood. And with more Google ownership in the neighborhood in the form of the just-purchased Chelsea Market (a $2.5 billion deal), there could be a daily bonus of a seven-minute walk to work.
With seven bedrooms and nine baths this home was built with every modern luxury available. Highlights include glazing across vast expanses of the home’s back facade for maximum light and views, oak hardwood floors, four electric fireplaces, a floating staircase, generous storage and an elevator.
Each floor is fully wired for a Savant smart home system.
On the ground floor is a sleek white open kitchen, a breakfast seating area and an informal living room highlighting the home’s top-of-the-line appliances and dark espresso Wengi doors and cabinets. A big back yard offers more space for food and fun, with lovely landscaping surrounded by a new fence and illuminated with an outdoor lighting system.
On the parlor floor, high ceilings tower above the oversized windows that illuminate a formal dining room, living room and seating areas.
On the third floor are two big rooms and a full bath. There’s enough room so you won’t have to search for space for a playroom, hobby room, study, gym, home office, theater, or media room.
The fourth and fifth floors offer two full bedrooms with en suite baths and balconies overlooking the back yard.
On the top floor is a palatial master suite with a jumbo walk-in closet and a balcony, plus a cast iron stainless tub and rain shower rocking multi-body shower heads and steam.
High above 15th Street is your very own 1,000 square foot finished roof deck. Anchoring the townhouse is the sub-level with surprisingly lofty nine-foot ceilings.
Google claims the company’s mission is to support local organizations in efforts to improve its surroundings and surrounding neighborhoods. The company’s impact has been notable in Chelsea, due in part to efforts at green construction and urban renewal.
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea