Rarely does a north facing, high floor one-bedroom come up for sale at Chelsea Mews, an iconic pre-war loft building with Art Deco details, grand ceiling heights and massive windows. Apartment 9J is a one-bedroom residence with eleven-foot ceilings and four oversized picture windows offering open northern views, tons of blue sky, amazing natural light and views of midtown landmarks.
Enter the space through a double height foyer with a massive entry closet and a setback, newly renovated kitchen featuring top-of-the-line appliances by Bertazzoni, Fisher Paykel and LG. The home’s dining room can accommodate a dinner party for ten, is flanked by floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and cabinetry, and a 12’7’’ X 9’8’’ loft mezzanine directly above. Past the dining area is a large living room with dramatic double height ceilings and the building’s highly coveted nine-foot tall windows.
Beyond the entertaining space is the bedroom, which is significantly larger than most master bedrooms in an apartment twice the size. It can generously accommodate a California king bed, two end tables, a seating area and additional pieces of furniture. Incredible light, white washed walls and a giant closet make this room bright and comfortable, and it is tucked away from the rest of the home. Another large closet separates the recently renovated bathroom from the bedroom.
Chelsea Mews was originally built in 1910 as an industrial building and converted to co-op in 1984. The building is centrally located on West 23rd Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues and offers a full-time doorman, live-in super, bike storage, additional storage and an amazing roof deck. You are less than 500 feet from the F, M and 1 trains and only minutes away from the C, E, N and R trains. Madison Square Park, the High Line, the West Village and all that Chelsea has to offer are right outside your door.