A rare offering in the heart of Chelsea, this first resale of apartment 6G delivers a home unique in layout and size and bathed in natural northern light. Offered in its original configuration as an extra-large, 2-bedroom, the G line has been successfully converted to a 3-bedroom layout by other owners at the Campiello, offering value and growth options not achievable in other similarly priced Chelsea / Flatiron condominiums.
Entering the home you are welcomed into the extra-large Poggenpohl designed kitchen with lots of counter space, double ovens, Bosch 5-burner stove and dishwasher, Sub-Zero fridge and separate under-island wine-cooler. Perfectly adjoined to the 31-foot long great room with its floor-to-ceiling windows and open northern exposures, this home delivers on public space for daily living or entertaining at home.
Built in 2002 when buyers from uptown demanded space to buy downtown, Elad delivered this oversized unit with its bright extra-large bedrooms. The huge master bedroom feels like a hotel suite, featuring a walk-in closet, custom built storage, three additional closet areas and central HVAC; it offers an additional private living area for those rainy weekends at home. The en-suite Calacatta marble bathroom features double vanities, a large walk-in shower and separate soaking tub. The second bedroom is mistaken for the master bedroom by most buyers given its spaciousness. The apartment also features a Bosch washer/dryer.
151 West 17th is made up of two boutique buildings offering full-doorman luxury service and an extra camera secured north entrance on 18th Street. Entering 151 opposite the Rubin Museum on tree-lined 17th Street is welcoming. Perfect for those seeking additional privacy, residence 6G is located in the north tower on a semi-private floor. Amenities include a ground floor gym and two common outdoor areas. Its prime Chelsea location guarantees quick access to multitudes of restaurants, all transportation modes and proximity to everything from the Chelsea Arts District and West Village to the Theatre District.