Enjoy the breathtaking Manhattan views from this gracious 3,860 square foot, 3 bedroom, 3.5 bathroom West Chelsea residence in one of the most distinguished buildings designed by Prtizker prize winner Foster + Partners.
A private elevator opens to a majestic foyer with cove lighting and a gallery that leads you to the grand living room with south facing windows, French inspired oak herringbone floors and an adjacent library with 11-foot ceilings throughout. Interiors designed by Foster + Partners include a kitchen by Molteni with top of the line appliances including a Gaggenau 5-burner stove, a Miele integrated coffee machine, warming drawers and a Subzero refrigerator surrounded with Blanco de Macael marble countertops and stained oak cabinetry. The corner master bedroom with direct city and river views features a fully finished walk in closet with extensive custom millwork by Foster + Partners, and grand double doors that lead to the luxurious master bathroom. The master bath is complete with radiant heated Luna Black granite floors, custom Corian vanity with integrated lighting, and a separate enclosed shower and water closet with custom designed floor to ceiling translucent glass doors. Two additional large bedrooms both have en-suite bathrooms with Travertino stone tile floors, custom designed cabinets, and Dornbracht fixtures.
Overlooking The Hudson River in West Chelsea, 551 West 21st Street features a 34 foot double height lobby with a grand chandelier, a private gated driveway, porter and valet service, state of the art fitness center with his and her spas, resident's lounge and a children's playroom. Additional amenities include a full time doorman, bike storage, live-in super and separate service entrance.
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