It’s not every day you see an apartment with quite this configuration of features. On the one hand, the Emery Roth-designed Chelsea co-op is appears to be a relatively petite studio (the exact dimensions are not listed). On the other hand, it’s got not one but two walk-in California closets and a “dressing room alcove” of indeterminate size.
It’s clear exactly how much space there dedicated to actually living (a similar apartment in the building with a slightly more detailed floor plan has a main room that’s 20’x12’), but the place sure has a lot of space dedicated to the art of getting dressed.
As for the rest of the prewar studio, which is currently asking $489,000: the full bathroom seems spacious, and though the same cannot be said of the kitchen, it does have stainless appliances and sleek countertops. The details of the living area are also somewhat mysterious — it looks nice? — but we do know it definitely has high ceilings and hardwood floors throughout.
Other amenities in the building include a 24-hour doorman, a bike room, laundry, a roof deck, and additional storage space for rent. Maintenance comes in at $793, and both pets and pied-a-terres are welcome.
- 300 West 23rd Street Apt 8M [Patrick Quagliano]