The median asking price for a home in Chelsea is $2.1 million, according to StreetEasy’s Data Dashboard. That includes larger homes in the mix, of course. But regardless, it means our most popular sale for October 12 is about $1.5 million below average for this extremely popular neighborhood.
Working from home is an issue that most New Yorkers are struggling with these days. Finding a comfortable spot to set up can be challenging even in a spacious apartment, but in a studio, it can feel next to impossible. This built-in nook, a small but efficiently designed space, solves that problem beautifully. No need to perch your laptop on your bed or some other precarious spot when you’ve got an actual home office to work from!
This Chelsea studio has a lot more to love, too, including a well-designed kitchen with high-end appliances like a Bosch dishwasher and Fisher & Paykel gas range. A raised landing beside the kitchen creates a perfect dining area, nicely separated from the step-down living and sleeping space. And the high, beamed ceilings and bright windows ensure that this top-floor unit always feels bright and airy despite its smallish size.
Fun fact: Our most popular sale for October 12 is located in Kensington House, a doorman co-op that was built in the 1930s by famed architect Emery Roth. Roth is responsible for some of Manhattan’s most celebrated buildings, including the San Remo and the Beresford (both home to numerous celebrities!).
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