This serene two-bedroom residence with private terrace overlooking the lovely General Theological Seminary grounds perfectly integrates vistas of old-world New York City with impeccable modern living spaces and fantastic amenities on the quietest block in West Chelsea. The building features a boutique hotel-like environment, making it perfect for either full-time occupancy or as a wonderful pied-a-terre.
Residence 4A is a beautiful sun-splashed corner home, surrounded by postcard views from multiple east- and south-facing windows. With a fantastic layout for entertaining, the open plan great room flows uninterrupted to the premier chef's kitchen, while nearby the lush private terrace provides the perfect location for morning coffee, al fresco dining or after-dinner drinks. The designer kitchen features appliances by Wolf, Sub-Zero and Bosch surrounded by custom oak cabinetry and Vermont Royal Danby stone countertops.
The tranquil master suite offers an enviable walk-in closet/dressing area and an enormous marble bath outfitted with a dual-sink vanity and separate tub and shower. The second bedroom is equally suited as a media room or home office, and if needs dictate, the half-bath could easily be converted into a full bathroom. Central air and an in-unit washer-dryer add to this special home's incredible comfort and convenience.
455 West 20th Street is the flawless combination of the General Theological Seminary's 181-year-old West Building connected to a modern annex by a stunning glass lobby. Amenities at this one-of-a-kind condominium include full time doorman and building manager, a windowed fitness center, bicycle and storage room, and private access to the Close, the Seminary's immense enclosed garden. The building is perfectly positioned on a peaceful block in the Chelsea Historic District, surrounded by world-class venues for art, shopping, dining and entertainment, including countless galleries, Chelsea Market and the Whitney Museum. The High Line and Hudson River Park provides miles of waterfront recreation, while nearby A/C/E, L and 1 trains offer easy access to the rest of the city and beyond.Images virtually staged