520 West 19th Street, PHB

LOCATION

520 West 19th Street, PHB
Downtown
Neighborhood: Chelsea
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DESCRIPTION

This custom-designed penthouse sits atop Annabelle Selldorf's 520 West Chelsea and offers an indescribable living experience complemented by unparalleled panoramic city and river views. Every inch of this immaculate 4,054-square-foot duplex reflects superior craftsmanship and attention to detail with ultra-refined finishes.

This large, light filled 5-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom duplex penthouse was designed for entertaining. The grand living room and library seamlessly connect to the 642-square-foot, north-facing landscaped terrace. Guests enter via the long foyer that opens into the expansive dining room and adjacent living room, anchored by a double fireplace with a dramatic white statuary marble surround. The adjoining library exudes sophistication with gorgeous custom-built shelving and storage. Overlooking the Hudson River, the chef's kitchen is equipped with a breakfast area, white Cararra marble, Arclinea Italian cabinetry, Boffi fixtures and premium appliances.

The sprawling master bedroom features spectacular views, a massive custom teak closet, and an opulent master bath with ribbed marble walls and Boffi fixtures. Secondary bedrooms also feature beautiful views and en-suite bathrooms with custom stonework. Other highlights include charcoal granite, teak floors and wall panels, a custom-designed staircase with intricate bronze railing, and a large laundry room with full-size Miele washer/dryer.

520 West 19th Street is a luxurious 24-hour doorman condominium by the famed Selldorf Architects. Its prized location is within minutes of West Chelsea's best attractions, shops and restaurants such as Highline Park, Hudson River Park, The Avenues School, Chelsea Piers, Chelsea Market, Barney's New York Downtown, the Whitney Museum and the Meatpacking District.

DETAILS

  • Price$18,500,000
  • TypeCondo
  • Beds5
  • Baths5.5
  • CC $5,464
  • RET $3,618
  • Approx SF4,054 SF
 

Features

Washer dryerElevator
Terrace