Many people think of a studio as a dark, grungy cramped space, but this is not the case for this homey rental unit priced at $2,995/month. Located in sought-after Chelsea, this airy studio provides tenants with a generous amount of space — 1,000 square feet, to be exact. According to Naked Apartments, the median size of a Manhattan studio is 550 square feet, so this unit is almost twice as big as a typical studio. Set on the corner, the unit has big windows, which helps fill the apartment with light and gives it a bigger feel. As an added bonus, there is a direct view of the High Line.

There are two different sleeping areas – a Murphy bed and a loft area, which allows for up to four people the chance for a comfortable sleep. Since the loft is accessed by a ladder in a corner, no living space is lost because of it. Additionally, the Murphy bed — love ’em or hate ’em — gives tenants flexibility. Right next to the Murphy bed is a cozy brick fireplace, perfect for relaxing and sipping hot chocolate on a cold winter day. Take a look at photos below:

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