A recently renovated, pre-war industrial-to-residential conversion condominium at 252 West 30th Street in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood, home to the composer of Warpaint is now on the market.
This modern yet classic loft features high 10-ft ceilings, 12 huge windows that frame city views, gleaming ebony stained hardwood floors and the highest quality finishes define this convertible two/three bedroom, two bath residence. This column-free home was ingeniously architected for ease of convertibility and flexibility of use. With 1,662 square feet of living space, this gracious home offers natural sunlight through south and east exposures, multi-zone climate control, vented washer/dryer, central AV Sonos sound system with built-in speakers and an 85″ inch television. The gracious entry foyer leads to an expansive living and dining space lined with windows. A spacious kitchen boasts custom black lacquered cabinetry and a suite of high-end appliances including a Miele dishwasher and oven, Thermador cooktop and vented range hood. The apartment also contains a masterfully crafted library with handsome millwork and lacquered walls. Located on opposite ends of the home, two generous bedrooms offer discreet privacy. The master suite features a walk-in closet, a beautiful windowed en suite marble bathroom with a rain shower head, and a spacious windowed dressing room. The second large bedroom features hand painted wall paper and two closets. The second full bath is tastefully appointed and tucked away past a trio of large closets.
Conveniently located in one of New York’s most vibrant destinations, this loft is a short stroll from express transportation, shopping, dining, and entertainment, such as the High Line, The Shops & Restaurants at Hudson Yards, The Shed, new Whole Foods, Hudson River Park.
Built in 1926, the unique Art Deco live/work condominium has 15 stories and 25 units. It offers the service of a full-time super, video intercom security, and is pet friendly.
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