When you first enter this beautiful gem, a sun drenched, corner junior one-bedroom in the historic London Terrace Towers building, you walk into a charming foyer which gives great separation when entering the home. A left turn down the hallway brings you to a sunlight filled living room, with multiple windows. To the right off the living room, a newly remodeled kitchen with top of the line appliances such as a Fisher & Paykel gas range stovetop and microwave, a Liebherr refrigerator, a McCallister sink, and a dishwasher along with a beautiful marble countertops and white stone grey and white tiled floor. There is ample closet space with 3 closets in the hallway, living room and the bedroom. The sun drenched bedroom, which has it's own closet, has space for a Queen sized bed and a bedside table space and has three lovely windows that face the street. The bathroom features well preserved original subway tiles with an oversized tub and elegant pedestal sink. The well preserved oak hardwood floors. throughout the apartment provides a beautiful design element to the apartment. Gas and electricity is included in the maintenance in this pet-friendly building.
This charming apartment is part of famous London Terrace Towers built in 1930 and located in West Chelsea. The building has a newly renovated gym with a sauna and steam room, an Art Deco half-Olympic sized pool which has been featured in many TV shows such as Law and Order. There is an elegant roof deck with great views of the city and the river along with a full-time, 24/7 doorman, a live-in super, a laundry room, a bicycle room, and a storage room.
The area is in the hottest part of West Chelsea with every convenience seconds away such as a grocery store, barber, bank, wine shop, dry cleaner, Joe's coffee shop, and an underground parking garage. Across the street is the Sullivan Street bakery and some of the best restaurants in Manhattan such as Empire Diner, Shukette, Citizens of Chelsea, Cookshop and so much more. You can also walk to the Meatpacking District, Hudson Yards, the Highline, Chelsea Market, Whole Foods and the numerous art galleries in the immediate vicInity. The A, C, E, and 1, 2, 3 subway lines are a very short walk away.