This 2,223-square-foot three-bedroom triplex condominium looks for all the world like a modern townhouse–or, as the listing says, a Tribeca loft or a Hamptons house–in the heart of Chelsea. Topped by a rooftop terrace and lit by a 300-square-foot skylight, the three-bedroom home is definitely unique for a condo.
On the main level, a large open-plan living and dining area features a gas fireplace and built-in speaker system. Also on this floor are two bedrooms, a full bath and a washer/dryer.
As the central feature of the home, a vast chef’s kitchen shows off a sleek, modern aesthetic as well as a stunning renovation that included Italian cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops, a Bosch dishwasher, a Viking professional six-burner gas range, a Gaggenau fridge, a Miele wine fridge and a custom water filtration system. A floating cantilevered steel staircase anchors the home and adds to its architectural uniqueness.
White painted brick and and pale oak floors gleam beneath a 300-square-foot skylight on the main floor.
On the lower level a recreation room/media room could also be a fourth bedroom; there’s a renovated full bath down here as well.
On the top floor, the master suite offers another wood-burning fireplace, a cleverly-placed and capacious walk-in closet and a renovated master bathroom with a glass-walled steam shower.
The icing on this trim Chelsea confection, though, is a planted, irrigated rooftop terrace complete with grill, perfect for entertaining or star-gazing. Though it’s not always the case with condos, common charges and real estate taxes are very low, according to the listing.