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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Tiered terraces in teriffic Chelsea triplex

(Updated with new pictures 2.4.2012)

165 W 18th St NY, NY, 10011,  1-A

for saleMy first new exclusive of 2012 is a truly unique triplex apartment at 'Slate' in Chelsea. It has just come to market. This is a one of a kind home, that features two, massive, tiered terraces totaling 926 sq. ft., plus 1843 sq. ft. of luxury living space in a building that was delivered as brand new in 2006. Entertain al fresco, under the sun and stars. Inside you'll find three floors of luxurious finishes, with kitchen and baths designed by Andres Escobar. The apartment has a very bright northern exposure, with floor to ceiling windows, Brazilian Ipe hardwood flooring, glass & lacquer kitchen cabinets, SubZero & Bosch appliances, and over 9 foot ceilings. This is an uncommonly sexy one bedroom home with plenty of room for guests, a home office, or recreation room with private terrace.

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see the full listing on corcoran.com: Slate, 165 W 18th Street #1A »

165 W 18th #1A Slate Chelsea

reader comments:

I think this is a really nice, architecturally designed house with much room to relax. But I would think if this is going to be your house that you think that you might want to grow old with, I think that it is better to look for the masters bedroom in main floor of the house.

Karen from meuble d'angle 

 
 

This is a condo not a house, even though it feels like one. In our market people tend to buy and sell according to their needs. I let my customers decide the right space for them. But I have heard "no stairs" as a requirement from some, not all, older customers. The separate bedroom provides better privacy for the master suite.

 
 

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