Located on one of Chelsea's most desirable tree-lined blocks, minutes from the High Line and nestled between the Hudson River and the neighborhood's best restaurants, theaters and bars, this warm and distinctive one bedroom features the largest floorplan in the building. Pre-war charm abounds as you enter the apartment through a charming hallway perfect for wall hangings that separates the bedroom from the living room. The generous proportions of the living room offer enough space for sofas, chairs, dining and work areas. A working, wood-burning fireplace will keep you warm and cozy through the cold months and the beautiful brick mantle becomes the focal point of the room. Oversized, south-facing windows, both new, frame treetop views of the street and bathe the room in light throughout the year. Recessed ceiling lights round out the features of this open room.
The bedroom features 2 closets, each with additional generous overhead storage space, and can easily accommodate a queen-sized bed. The kitchen offers the essentials as well as generous storage. The bathroom was updated last year with a new vanity and tile throughout. The hallway closet offers additional overhead storage space. Hardwood floors, a thru-wall AC and soaring 9' ceilings throughout round out this apartment's highlights.
345 West 21st Street is a beautifully maintained, red brick boutique walk-up cooperative built in the 1880s with a distinctive saw-tooth cornice, colorful tile-work and granite columns flanking the entrance. Located on one of Chelsea's most beautiful blocks close to transportation, restaurants, shops and galleries.
Sorry, no pets allowed.