This classic Chelsea three bedroom loft, this home has been transformed into a sexy and chic residence. Built in 1905, the nine-story loft building has two apartments per floor and a part-time superintendent.
Blurring the lines between public and private spaces, the designers of this loft have created a residence that is centered around entertainment, yet intimate enough for private living.
Upon entering the residence off of the key locked elevator, you are greeted with an abundance of natural light. A rare loft feature, this home has windows facing north, south, east and west.
With multiple areas for entertaining, including three sitting areas and an open kitchen, this loft has a wonderful flow.
The bedroom is a sanctuary retreat in the rear of the apartment, separated by a mirrored revolving wall, easily transforming this private space into an extension of the entertaining area.
Complementing the grand bedroom is a large walk-in shower, with marble slab cladding and impressive shower head.
A second more private office or sleeping area is located off the kitchen with en-suite bathroom.
This beautiful New York residence is listed for $4.295 million with James Morgan of Compass Real Estate.