124 West 23rd Street, Apt 14A
New York, NY, United States
In the heart of Chelsea at 124 West 23rd Street, Apartment 14 is a full-floor 3/4-bedroom, 3-bathroom condo, never before lived in, with 2,385-square feet of interior space and a private elevator entrance. This home has undergone a complete, triple-mint renovation featuring sophisticated finishes and thoughtful design throughout.
A large living room and dining area is flooded with spectacular light from a wall of oversized, floor-to-ceiling windows that create a welcoming space to relax or entertain. Views of both the East River and west to the Hudson River are seen from the living room, while iconic city skyline views can be seen from the three south-facing bedrooms. Off the living room you'll also find the den/home office that can also be utilized as a fourth bedroom.
You will never want to leave the brand-new and spacious chef's kitchen. Designed by Snaidero, it features Ultra Craft cabinetry in pure white with a high gloss finish, white Caesarstone backsplash, Concetto Puro counters, and is fully equipped with the best top-of-the-line appliances on the market.
The sun-splashed master bedroom and bath are located in a separate area for privacy, and features three closets and views south of the City. The private large master bathroom is beautifully finished with Caesarstone quartz throughout, a soaking tub, separate shower, and double sink vanity. The two additional bedrooms and bathrooms are separately situated in their own wing. All bathrooms have radiant heat floors.
Abundant closets and storage, a separate laundry room with a brand-new, full-sized washer/dryer, central air, and quartered white oak hardwood floors complete this special residence. There is also a storage bin which transfers with this exquisite home.
124 West 23rd Street is a boutique 24-hour attended condominium offering private storage, bike storage, a gym, and is Gold LEED certified. This unique home is surrounded by a plethora of art galleries (temporarily closed due to current times), restaurants, and is just a few blocks from the High Line, great shopping, and easy transportation.
Annie Cion Gruenberger