Situated on one of Chelsea's finest and most sought-after residential blocks, this stunning carriage house is truly a unique find: at 25-feet wide and over 9,000 square feet, with a curb cut and the rare inclusion of your own private garage. Carefully crafted and maintained, the home is currently comprised of a 6-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom owner's residence along with a top-floor 2-bedroom apartment generating rental income, accessed through a separate entrance. With the added benefit of multiple outdoor spaces, this residence is unlike any currently available, and among very few in existence.
Enter the owner's residence through a private street-side entry door or through the private garage into the foyer, leading to the show-stopping great room with ceiling heights over 16 feet, gas fireplace, architectural built-ins, and a skylight. Glass French doors lead out into the private walled garden, an oasis reminiscent of a courtyard in a European capital. Adjacent to the great room is the oversized chef's eat-in kitchen, with custom cabinetry, marble countertops, built-in breakfast seating, and professional-grade appliances. A mezzanine level includes both a media room and playroom, configurable for a number of uses. The second floor of the carriage house features the primary bedroom suite, with a south-facing sitting room, two oversized walk-in closets, decorative fireplaces, and a windowed five-fixture bathroom. The bed chamber opens onto a 575 square foot private terrace; private and tranquil. Four bedrooms complete the third floor, accessible via a generous landing and bathed in sunlight.
The top floor of the carriage house is currently configured as a rental apartment, accessed via a separate street-side entry door and includes a skylight-lit living room, eat-in kitchen, two bedrooms and one bathroom, plus a private roof terrace. The unit can additionally be entered from the top floor of the owner's residence, making its use as a potential single-family carriage house seamless. A fully-finished cellar features a gym, sauna, artist's studio, updated mechanical systems, and a plethora of storage.
Rarely remaining in Manhattan and even more rarely marketed for sale, 313 West 20th Street is a home with few equals.