Open views and sun-drenched, this freshly renovated (March 2019) penthouse duplex has it all. From the entry foyer you are pulled into the large living room/dining area with a wall of floor-to-ceiling glass that leads out onto the approx. 459sf terrace. The private terrace is a contiguous extension of the apartment's interior entertaining spaces and offers open city and Empire State building views both East and South. The windowed kitchen is outfitted with custom natural white oak cabinetry, Absolute Black granite countertops, and top-of-the-line appliances including Bosch dishwasher, a 36 inch Wolf oven with Miele stainless steel fully vented hood, a sub-zero 36 inch refrigerator, and a sub-zero stainless steel 46-bottle wine cooler.
A wood staircase in the entryway leads up to the second floor sleeping quarters. The master bedroom has a large en-suite 5 fixture Botticino Fiorito marble windowed bath with radiant heated flooring, Kohler Tea-for-two tub, separate thermostatic-controlled glass enclosed shower, Robern medicine cabinet and Toto commodes, and a walk-in windowed dressing room. The second generously proportioned bedroom has its own en-suite bath. Special features of this penthouse home include, 9ft 6in ceilings, central air, wide plank oak flooring, washer/dryer in unit, and main floor powder room.
The Chelsea Enclave is a 7-story, 53-unit condop that operates as a condo. Built in 2009 and developed by the Brodsky Organization with interiors by Alan Wanzenberg, it is one of West Chelsea's premier residential buildings featuring white glove services which include: 24-hour attended lobby with doorman and concierge services, live-in super, porter staff, on-site garage, fitness center with yoga and Pilates studio, children's playroom, bike storage, private storage, and lushly landscaped roof terraces with dining areas, sundecks with chaise lounges, barbecue grill, and panoramic views of the city and High Line. The Chelsea Enclave also benefits from direct access to the large semi-private park that sits in the middle of the block and is shared by the Theological Seminary - known as the "Close," the block-long landmarked garden was once an apple orchard in Clement Clarke Moore's 19th century estate. The building is pet friendly.