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Saturday, April 21, 2012

Springtime in Chelsea never felt better

165 W 18 #1A Terrace

condo for saleWe've just redecorated, planted, and improved the asking price by $105K to $2,395,000, on this unique Chelsea triplex. Massive terraces on two levels are what makes this boutique property the perfect home for entertaining al fresco. Imagine barbecuing with your friends and family, on over 900 square feet of terraces, connected by outdoor and indoor stairs, providing great flow throughout the apartment. Step inside and you'll find three floors with 1800 square feet of living space, with designer finishes by Andreas Escobar. Modern to the core, it has the feeling of a small townhouse, but comes with the services of a luxury condominium, like a full-time doorman, private gym, pet spa, bike room, and a full-time super. This unit comes with a deeded storage room too. This is one of the first resales at Slate, 165 West 18th Street, off Seventh Avenue; built from the ground up as new construction in 2006— there is truly nothing else like it on the market downtown. Check the full listing for the latest open house schedule, or contact me for an appointment.

see this listing: 165 West 18th Street, #1A »    Download a fact sheet

165 W18 #1A interior

reader comments:

Living there in Chelsea is all anyone would need. The home comes with all the amenities: private gym, dpa for pets, bike room, and een storage room. The gym would be great and worry about going to find a local gym.

 
 

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