Chelsea Condo $2,495,000 Manhattan 452 West 19th Street, No. D1
A two-bedroom, two-bath duplex with a kitchen with Caesartone counters and lacquered cabinets, a home office with built-in bookshelves, and a media room, in a 20-unit prewar non-doorman building near the High Line. Kristina Wallison, 917-742-3136; Robert McCain, 917-363-3272; Ben Jacobs, 917-887-3922, CORE; corenyc.com
COMMON CHARGES $1,132 a month; taxes: $1,421 a month; assessment: $203 a month until November 2018
PROS With about 1,900 sqaure feet, the apartment is spacious. It’s also elegantly designed, with ebonized floors, chandeliers, and copper-colored Bisazza glass tiles, which adorn a wall and pair of pocket doors. There are also ample closets.
CONS The master bedroom is below-grade and dim. There’s no washer and dryer, and neither is allowed, though a door from the apartment leads to the condo’s basement, where there’s a laundry room.