Enjoy this updated and charming private apartment nestled on one of the most desirable blocks in the heart of Chelsea. This unit's dedicated entrance is separate from the rest of the co-op and provides the ultimate privacy. As you enter into the foyer, you are immediately drawn to the pre-war brick decorative fireplace, which is the centerpiece of the open floorplan. The living room provides enough space for a dining room table, sitting area and a convenient layout for entertaining. The kitchen is updated with decorative blue cabinetry, a subway tiled backsplash as well as granite countertops. The space is equipped with high end appliances including a four burner stove top and ample amount of storage throughout.
The master bedroom is tucked away in the back of the apartment along 20th Street so it is nice and quiet. It includes light hardwood floors as well as natural sunlight streaming in from the window. The double door closet has ample storage for hanging and folded items. The bathroom is just outside the master bedroom and is bright with white subway tile walls and classic hexagonal patterned flooring. The large shower incorporates a waterfall showerhead streaming into the large soaking shower/tub creating a spa like atmosphere perfect for luxuriating. The apartment is complete with a washer/dryer in the unit.
162 Ninth Avenue is a Landmark, pre-war building that was converted into a co-op in the 1980's. The building is located just moments from Chelsea Market, the High-Line and an array of the City's best restaurants in the Meatpacking District. There are multiple gourmet grocery stores within walking distance and the A/C/E, 1/2/3, and L subway lines are just moments from the apartment. Pied-a-terre and co-purchases are permitted. Up to 80% financing allowed.
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