Location, Location, Location! Welcome home to Parlor-1A at 231 West 21st Street, a charming two bedroom home situated in the heart of Chelsea on a gorgeous tree-lined street.
From its gracious layout, to the thoughtful fixtures and finishes and the quintessential Chelsea address, Parlor-1A truly has it all!
Upon entering you're greeted by a spacious windowed eat-in kitchen that features a stylish subway-tile backsplash that pairs nicely with the white stone countertops and cabinetry to create a clean and modern look. The kitchen is outfitted with premium stainless steel appliances and has plenty of storage space plus a cleverly designed bonus prep space along one of the walls. The kitchen of Parlor-1A at 231 West 21st Street is smartly laid out and perfectly suited for the chef or entertainer in you...or both!
The bedrooms are quiet and private and were thoughtfully outfitted with custom California Closet built-ins that provide ample storage. The renovated windowed bathroom features modern fixtures and a white subway-tile backsplash and penny-tile floor that's the perfect combination of classic and modern.
The living room, which for many is the heart of the home, features original moldings and oversized windows with a bright southern exposure and views of the neighboring window boxes and lush trees on this beautiful Chelsea block. Aside from the sunny exposure, the other focal point of the living room is the decorative fireplace situated along an exposed brick wall. The living room of Parlor-1A is cheerful, warm and inviting and perfect for a quiet night in or entertaining friends.
231 West 21st Street is an impeccably managed boutique co-op comprised of two mirror-image prewar buildings each with its own elevator, central laundry and bike and storage rooms in their basements. A shared patio runs the expanse of the rear of both buildings giving shareholders a quiet reprieve from the city. The building is conveniently located between the C/E & 1 train lines, a few blocks from Whole Foods, Forager's and Trader Joe's, as well as the High Line and all the restaurants and conveniences that Chelsea and the west side have to offer.
SORRY, NO DOGS.