A cheerful West Chelsea townhouse—“one of the finest townhomes to come to market in the area and all of downtown Manhattan,” boasts the listing—just hit the market, listed at $11 million.
The 21-foot-wide, four-story home features four bedrooms, front and rear gardens, and truly remarkable light. The interiors—a hybrid of mid-century and Danish design—promise a “new level of aesthetic and functional enjoyment,” and while the listing doesn’t get into much detail about precise functions you’ll enjoy, the place does appear to be rather inviting, in an effortless, $11 million sort of way.
The garden floor of the 4,073-square-foot pad houses a guest suite with an en-suite bathroom and kitchen, plus a sizable den and a decorative fireplace. Above that is the parlor floor, with its sprawling open kitchen and dining room, as well as a recessed living area overlooking the rear garden through floor-to-ceiling windows.
The master suite takes up the whole of the next floor, boasting its own terrace, also overlooking the rear garden. The top floor has the remaining two bedrooms, a large bathroom, and an open-to-interpretation den/office/media room.