The median asking price for a home in Chelsea is $2.2M, according to the StreetEasy Data Dashboard. That puts our most popular sale for August 31 at about $1M lower than average for this perpetually popular (and pricey) neighborhood.
This home is for sale by its owner, who happens to be an architect. Along with a designer, he thoughtfully renovated the 750-square-foot space down to every detail, including finishes, flow, and even acoustics. Whitewashed brick and sunny windows lend the main living space an airy, loft-like feel. The open kitchen is decked out with high-end appliances and vibrant red cabinetry. Both bedrooms have ample closet space, and the bathroom is custom-tiled from floor to ceiling.
In addition, our most popular sale for August 31 is enviably located in the very heart of Chelsea. It’s in easy walking distance to the riverfront and High Line to the west, Madison Square Park to the east, and everything in-between. (Including an embarrassment of excellent grocery stores. There’s Eataly on 23rd Street, plus a Trader Joe’s, a Whole Foods, and a Fairway all in the neighborhood. Put that custom kitchen to good use!)
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Contact the owner-seller on the listing for more information.