Clean, modern lines are gracefully unified with prewar details in this spacious, turnkey, full floor 2 bedroom Chelsea home with a wood burning fireplace !

345 West 29th Street Apt: 2
New York NY 10001
Cross street:Eighth Avenue

Building

Type:Townhouse
Era:Post-war
Floors:5

Property

Ownership: Co-op
Rooms: 4
Bedrooms: 2 BR
Bathrooms: 1
Pets: Pets Allowed

Financials

Price: $1,450,000
Maintenance: $1,175
Financing Allowed: 80%
Minimum down: $290,000

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55 Christopher Street New York, NY 10014
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Description

Clean, modern lines are gracefully unified with prewar details in this spacious, turnkey, full-floor 2-bedroom Chelsea home with a wood-burning fireplace!

The open floor layout, which is anchored by oversized windows, allows for a flexible living and dining area with peaceful views of verdant trees most of the year. The ceiling measures 9’ 8” throughout, providing an airy feeling to this peaceful home. The gorgeous renovated Italian kitchen has a large window and comes replete with new high-end appliances, including a Bosch oven, stovetop and microwave, along with a Miele refrigerator. The huge bonus comes in the form of a stacked Miele washer and dryer, which is the most sought-after vented setup. Both bedrooms have open views to the south that let in beautiful sunlight. In addition, this spacious home has ample storage and is also equipped with split system air-conditioning units and a ceiling fan, which keep the interior at comfortable temperatures all year round. The self-managed cooperative at 345 West 29th Street has a rich history in itself, but also a part of the Lamartine Historic District, designated as such because of strong ties to abolitionists active prior to the Civil War, such as Abby and James Sloan Gibbons, whose house on the same block has been documented as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Architecturally, this historic district consisting of Greek revival style houses with front gardens, is well known for its developers Cyrus Mason and William Torrey, who were also celebrated for developing London Terrace. This pet-friendly coop has easy access to multiple subway lines including the C, E, A, 1, 2 and 3 as well as LIRR, Amtrak and NJ Transit at Penn Station. While it is located on a quiet street, it is also an easy walk to the High Line and all the amenities Hudson Yards has to offer, including a new WholeFoods supermarket that is currently being developed. This is a rare opportunity to become an owner and a part of an important era in NYC history. Call me today for a viewing of your new home!

Amenities

  • Washer Dryer
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

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Clean, modern lines are gracefully unified with prewar details in this spacious, turnkey, full floor 2 bedroom Chelsea home with a wood burning fireplace !

Description

Clean, modern lines are gracefully unified with prewar details in this spacious, turnkey, full-floor 2-bedroom Chelsea home with a wood-burning fireplace!

The open floor layout, which is anchored by oversized windows, allows for a flexible living and dining area with peaceful views of verdant trees most of the year. The ceiling measures 9’ 8” throughout, providing an airy feeling to this peaceful home. The gorgeous renovated Italian kitchen has a large window and comes replete with new high-end appliances, including a Bosch oven, stovetop and microwave, along with a Miele refrigerator. The huge bonus comes in the form of a stacked Miele washer and dryer, which is the most sought-after vented setup. Both bedrooms have open views to the south that let in beautiful sunlight. In addition, this spacious home has ample storage and is also equipped with split system air-conditioning units and a ceiling fan, which keep the interior at comfortable temperatures all year round. The self-managed cooperative at 345 West 29th Street has a rich history in itself, but also a part of the Lamartine Historic District, designated as such because of strong ties to abolitionists active prior to the Civil War, such as Abby and James Sloan Gibbons, whose house on the same block has been documented as a stop on the Underground Railroad. Architecturally, this historic district consisting of Greek revival style houses with front gardens, is well known for its developers Cyrus Mason and William Torrey, who were also celebrated for developing London Terrace. This pet-friendly coop has easy access to multiple subway lines including the C, E, A, 1, 2 and 3 as well as LIRR, Amtrak and NJ Transit at Penn Station. While it is located on a quiet street, it is also an easy walk to the High Line and all the amenities Hudson Yards has to offer, including a new WholeFoods supermarket that is currently being developed. This is a rare opportunity to become an owner and a part of an important era in NYC history. Call me today for a viewing of your new home!

Amenities

  • Washer Dryer
  • Voice Intercom
  • Walk-up

Neighborhood

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