225 West 25th Street, 1K

Chelsea   |   Seventh Avenue & Eighth Avenue

Co-op [Voice Intercom]
$ 825,000
Rooms 3.5
Bedrooms 1
Bathrooms 1
Status Active
Maintenance [Monthly] $ 1,258
Financing Allowed 80%
Listing ID: 96276

Property Description

You will be completely and pleasantly surprised when you walk into this apartment. It's beautifully renovated, has lofty proportions, with every door cut high to the high ceilings and plenty of space to live and work. 225 West 25th Street #1K is an enormous, beautifully crafted one bedroom in a prime Chelsea Art Deco elevator coop that marries form and function to create a tranquil oasis.

The lucky placement of this home in the building allows for a truly peaceful and roomy life. At the northeast corner of the building, it shares few walls with neighbors and, because its a raised first floor unit, there is no one below you. Facing north to the back of the building above the quiet, unused backyard, you will get absolutely no street noise, and you can landscape your own view!

A foyer closet and large dining gallery introduce you to Art Deco details like rounded soffits, original inset shelving, crown and cove molding and artfully angled walls. Currently used for dining, this 14 foot long gallery sparkles with a fabulous Italian chandelier. You can dine or set up your office in this space or, frankly, do both. Step down between original wrought iron railings to the king-sized living room that absolutely gobbles up your furniture. It can serve as living, dining, and work from home, depending on your preference.

The double-sided, windowed, galley kitchen is finished in white lacquer with gray accents including Caesar stone counters, glass tile backsplash and stainless appliances including a Bertazzoni oven and gas cooktop stove, an integrated, full-sized Bosch dishwasher, a built-in microwave and a Blomberg refrigerator. Artfully placed lighting illuminates your copious storage, cook and prep space.

Like the living room, the bedroom is also enormous, easily fitting a king bed, office area, exercise space, and bedroom furniture. The bedroom has a double customized closet, making four total in the apartment, not including a free, walk-in sized storage cage in the basement.

The windowed, spa-like bath in neutral Porcelanosa tile, glass and chrome has a floating wood vanity, and a Grohe rain shower system.

From the kitchen and bath to the closet interiors and window shades, everything has been constructed with care. High ceilings, a window in every room, crown and cove molding, picture rail, the gallery and sunken living room - along with three patterns of oak floor - contribute to the feeling of space in this peaceful home.

The 65 unit elevator cooperative has a true lobby, video security, a central laundry room, a bike room (for a fee), storage for each apartment (free), a planted roof deck and backyard, and a live in super-intendant who takes packages. Transportation couldn't be better as its poised between major subways including C, E and 1 trains, a few blocks from the B, F, M, a stones throw from major crosstown arteries at 34th and 23rd Streets, Penn Station and Port Authority. Restaurants, shopping and culture at Hudson Yards, Chelsea Market, 6th Avenues Miracle Mile, Chelsea Arts District and the Highline are all neighborhood highlights.

The building considers co-purchasing with working children, pieds a terre and pets. Washer dryers are not allowed in the units. Sublet is considered 3 years out of 10 after 2 years of ownership. Please reach out to the exclusive agent for all questions and private appointments.

You will be completely and pleasantly surprised when you walk into this apartment. It's beautifully renovated, has lofty proportions, with every door cut high to the high ceilings and plenty of space to live and work. 225 West 25th Street #1K is an enormous, beautifully crafted one bedroom in a prime Chelsea Art Deco elevator coop that marries form and function to create a tranquil oasis.

The lucky placement of this home in the building allows for a truly peaceful and roomy life. At the northeast corner of the building, it shares few walls with neighbors and, because its a raised first floor unit, there is no one below you. Facing north to the back of the building above the quiet, unused backyard, you will get absolutely no street noise, and you can landscape your own view!

A foyer closet and large dining gallery introduce you to Art Deco details like rounded soffits, original inset shelving, crown and cove molding and artfully angled walls. Currently used for dining, this 14 foot long gallery sparkles with a fabulous Italian chandelier. You can dine or set up your office in this space or, frankly, do both. Step down between original wrought iron railings to the king-sized living room that absolutely gobbles up your furniture. It can serve as living, dining, and work from home, depending on your preference.

The double-sided, windowed, galley kitchen is finished in white lacquer with gray accents including Caesar stone counters, glass tile backsplash and stainless appliances including a Bertazzoni oven and gas cooktop stove, an integrated, full-sized Bosch dishwasher, a built-in microwave and a Blomberg refrigerator. Artfully placed lighting illuminates your copious storage, cook and prep space.

Like the living room, the bedroom is also enormous, easily fitting a king bed, office area, exercise space, and bedroom furniture. The bedroom has a double customized closet, making four total in the apartment, not including a free, walk-in sized storage cage in the basement.

The windowed, spa-like bath in neutral Porcelanosa tile, glass and chrome has a floating wood vanity, and a Grohe rain shower system.

From the kitchen and bath to the closet interiors and window shades, everything has been constructed with care. High ceilings, a window in every room, crown and cove molding, picture rail, the gallery and sunken living room - along with three patterns of oak floor - contribute to the feeling of space in this peaceful home.

The 65 unit elevator cooperative has a true lobby, video security, a central laundry room, a bike room (for a fee), storage for each apartment (free), a planted roof deck and backyard, and a live in super-intendant who takes packages. Transportation couldn't be better as its poised between major subways including C, E and 1 trains, a few blocks from the B, F, M, a stones throw from major crosstown arteries at 34th and 23rd Streets, Penn Station and Port Authority. Restaurants, shopping and culture at Hudson Yards, Chelsea Market, 6th Avenues Miracle Mile, Chelsea Arts District and the Highline are all neighborhood highlights.

The building considers co-purchasing with working children, pieds a terre and pets. Washer dryers are not allowed in the units. Sublet is considered 3 years out of 10 after 2 years of ownership. Please reach out to the exclusive agent for all questions and private appointments.


Listing Courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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Apartment Features

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225 West 25th Street Chelsea New York NY 10001

Building Details [225 West 25th Street]

Ownership Co-op
Service Level Voice Intercom
Access Elevator
Pet Policy Pets Allowed
Block/Lot 775/22
Building Type Low-Rise
Age Pre-War
Year Built 1938
Floors/Apts 6/66

Building Amenities

Bike Room
Garden
Laundry Rooms
Non-Smoking Building
Private Storage
Roof Deck

Building Statistics

$ 1,160 APPSF

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