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Rustic Chelsea co-op with backyard asks $1.695M

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The apartment also has a private garden

Scott Wintrow/Gamut Photos, courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

A charming Chelsea co-op with a garden has just listed, asking $1.695 million. Just last week, near this apartment, a new space called Chelsea Green—the first community-based park to debut in the area in 40 years—opened to the public.

The property has two bedrooms, one and a half bathrooms, a multi-level garden with a dining area; renovated bathrooms with marble basketweave tiles, and a heated towel rack; a fireplace in its living room; an in-unit washer dryer; and a room that could be used as a home office.

The master bedroom, which overlooks the garden, is “hear-a-pin-drop quiet,” according to the listing. Some interior details include hardwood floors and exposed brick.

Built in 1900, according to PropertyShark, the co-op is located at 161 Ninth Avenue between 19th and 20th Streets. It’s a short walk to the High Line and Chelsea Piers, and near the A, C, E trains at 23rd Street.

Maintenance charges will be $1,485/month. Yasmine Guenancia and Patricia (Patty) LaRocco of Douglas Elliman have the listing.