Would You Cook Here? $1.65M Chelsea Loft’s Kitchen Is a Work of Art
Situated in the heart of Chelsea’s gallery district it’s hard to imagine that this open and airy loft at 420 West 25th Street only measures 1,200 square feet. Its twelve-foot ceilings, Nordic Ash floors, and oversized windows give the impression of a much larger space with a chic and sophisticated feel.
The beautifully laid out Loft 25 condo features a sizable living and entertaining area with treetop and open city views. Though listed as a one bedroom, the separate office easily coverts to a second bedroom for guests or young children; and the two full bathrooms are thoroughly modern, with the spacious en-suite bathroom featuring a rain shower and multiple sprays, Teknobili fixtures, teak vanity and Porcelanosa ceramic tiles. (The word sanctuary came to mind when we saw it!)
But the most striking feature of this elegant home is the custom made glass Schiffini kitchen with dual Liebherr refrigerators and freezers. It’s so incredibly gorgeous (more like a work of art than a kitchen) we’d almost be afraid to cook in it!
If that kitchen isn’t enough to convince you living here would be a dream, we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention the building’s host of amenities: live-in super, 24-hour doorperson, state of the art gym, private screening room, rear garden courtyard and a magnificent 5,000-square-foot common roof deck flying high above the city.
Photos courtesy of Stribling & Associates