Uptown Comfort, Downtown Style, Chelsea Attitude Built in 1824, and thoroughly renovated and dramatically expanded in 2011, the townhouse at 233 West 20th Street brings every classic Uptown comfort to the heart of Chelsea with inimitable Downtown style. The property’s brick façade – a restored original up to the second floor – now features oversized windows that bring abundant northern, southern and eastern natural light into over 7,000 square feet of sleek modern interiors. All new state-of-the-art infrastructure, premium appliances, finishes, fixtures, and flowing interior floorplans make this residence perfect for an exciting contemporary lifestyle. Indoor and outdoor dining and entertainment The original two and a half story spaces start in a garden-level patio building in 1940 and reach up to two penthouse-level terraces with views of the Empire State Building and Lower Manhattan. Two kitchens and a skylit lounge with a wet bar facilitate chic at-home parties, and the full-floor Master Suite is the perfect private retreat. Multiple en-suite bedrooms and flexible living spaces, as well as two full kitchens, make 233 West 20th Street ideal for larger families, frequent overnight guests, or professionals who work from home.
Six-Bedroom / Six Bathroom Modern Townhouse With A Private Garden And Two Penthouse-Level Terraces
The Garden Level Chefâ€™s Kitchen offers premium appliances by Miele and Sub-Zero, including a full-size wine refrigerator and special features like a restaurant-style water faucet above the cook top, a center island counter, and two sinks. Dine indoors with abundant natural light from the modernist glass window wall, or outdoors in the privacy of a beautifully landscaped 510 square foot walled patio with lit waterfall.
garden level chefâ€™s kitchen
The full-floor Master Suite on the second floor offers a large bedroom with oversized tilt/turn windows overlooking the propertyâ€™s garden-level patio, two full bathrooms, and a large separate sitting / dressing room overlooking 20th Street. One bathroom features a glass-walled walk-in bathing area with a shower and a deep soaking tub, the other features a glass-walled walk-in shower with a retractable teak bench.
Four large bedrooms on the third and fourth floors feature oversized tilt/turn windows, wide-plank rift and quarter sawn oak flooring, and large walk-in closets. The two bedrooms on the third floor share a bath. The third floor also features a fullsize laundry room with a large, side-byside washer and dryer. The bedrooms on the fourth floor each have their own ensuite bath.
The townhouseâ€™s fifth floor kitchen, fully equipped with premium appliances, including an under-counter Sub-Zero wine refrigerator, is ideal for serving the penthouse-level lounge and terraces. Two flexible dining / entertainment areas on the fifth floor, each of which offers northern, southern, and eastern exposures, are easily re-cast as an airy home office with meeting space.
solarium / sun decks
The penthouse entertainment suite features a dramatic central skylight, a fully equipped granite-topped wet bar with two under-counter refrigerator / freezers, two terraces, and a powder room. Both terraces offer ample space for a large dining table and chairs or chaise lounges, as well as stunning views of the Empire State Building and the Manhattan skyline.
233 West 20th Street is a beautifully renovated and expanded 25-foot-wide, seven story townhouse with over 7,000 interior square feet, plus 900 square feet of private outdoor space. Property highlights include:
■ Garden Level Walled Patio With Waterfall ■ Penthouse Level Solarium With Wet Bar ■ Two Penthouse Level Terraces
■ Six Bedrooms ■ Six Full Baths ■ Four Powder Rooms ■ Walk-In Laundry Room
■ Two Full Kitchens With Premium Features and Appliances
Garden Level with service entrance
ATTENTION TO DETAIL THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE TOWNHOUSE Entry Level
Finishes, Fixtures & Infrastructure
■ Loft-Like Entry Foyer With Two Oversized Closets ■ Living / Entertainment Space Overlooking Private Garden ■ Wide-Plank Quarter Sawn / Rift and Quarter Sawn Oak Floating Staircase With Custom Stainless Steel Banisters ■ Powder Room
■ Oversized Tilt/Turn Windows Throughout ■ Wide-Plank Rift And Quarter Sawn Oak Floors ■ Eco Stone Floors in Garden Level Kitchen And Interior Staircases ■ All New Plumbing, Wiring, and Mechanical Systems • Seidel Intercom System with Color Monitors on Every Floor and Remote Front Door Lock Control • Front Door and Garden Cameras • Large High-Speed Elevator With Access To All Floors • Fully Wired For State-of-the-Art Electronics And Communications • Daiken HVAC With Every Room Separately Zoned For Heating And Air Conditioning • Fully Sprinklered For Fire Suppression • Video Security System
Garden Level ■ Chef’s Kitchen With Living / Dining Area • NEFF Cabinetry • Two Franke Sinks with KWC Faucets • Insinkerator Garbage Disposal • Miele Cooktop and Oven • GE Microwave • Miele Dishwasher • Sub-Zero Refrigerator • Full Size Sub-Zero Wine Refrigerator • Large Pantry Closet ■ Floor-to-Ceiling Modernist Window Wall With Integrated Glass Doors ■ 510 Square Foot Landscaped Private Patio • Eco-Stone Paving • Water Feature Wall • Gas Line For Grill ■ Powder Room ■ En-Suite Staff Bedroom ■ Staff / Delivery Entrance Second Floor: The Master Suite ■ Master Bedroom Overlooking Private Garden ■ Two Full Baths With Walk-In Glass Wall Showers; One With Separate Tub ■ Separate Windowed Dressing Room / Master Sitting Room Third Floor ■ Two Bedrooms ■ Large Bath With Walk-In Glass Wall Shower ■ Walk-in Laundry Room with Utility Sink and Whirlpool Washer and Dryer Fourth Floor ■ Two En-Suite Bedrooms ■ Large Bath With Walk-In Glass Wall Shower Fifth Floor ■ Oversized Windows With North, South, and East Exposures ■ Two Entertainment / Dining Areas ■ Full Kitchen • NEFF Cabinetry • Franke Sink with KWC Faucet • Insinkerator Garbage Disposal • Miele Cooktop and Oven • GE Microwave • Miele Dishwasher • Sub-Zero Refrigerator • Under-Counter Sub-Zero Wine Refrigerator ■ Powder Room Solarium ■ 120 SqFt North Terrace With Excellent Views Of The Empire State Building ■ 270 SqFt South Terrace With Gas Line For Grill ■ Central Entertainment Room • Oversized Roof Skylight • “Absolute Black” Granite Topped Wet Bar With Two Under-Counter Refrigerator/Freezers ■ Powder Room
■ Bathrooms and Powder Rooms • Waterworks Fixtures • Marble Floors, Walls, and Vanities
Living In Chelsea
borhoods. World-leading contemporary art galleries, New York City’s finest gourmet and organic food markets, cuttingedge and established live entertainment venues, and the city’s newest as well as one of its most established parks are all
233 West 20th Street is located between Seventh and Eighth Avenues in the heart of Chelsea, one of Manhattan’s most dynamic, artistic, and accessible neigh-
within walking distance. When you are looking for fine dining, fantastic shopping, and cultural exploration, Chelsea brings it all together. Excellent mass transportation options make getting around town, and out of town, exceptionally simple.
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Art Gagosian Pace Wildenstein Matthew Marks Zach Feuer Gallery David Zwirner Gallery Rubin Museum of Art
Entertainment 7 Joyce Theater 8 Madison Square Garden Food Shopping 9 Whole Foods 10 Chelsea Market 11 Eataly
Parks 12 High Line 13 Madison Square Park (The original home of Madison Square Garden)
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Shopping Limelight Marketplace Banana Republic Club Monaco Victoria Secret Apple Alexander McQueen Stella McCartney Puma the Black Store
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Restaurants The Red Cat Gascogne Del Posto Tipsy Parson Cookshop Le Singe Vert Rocking Horse Café Le Pain Quotidien Le Zie Subways ACE 123 BDFV QRW PATH
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Published on Oct 24, 2011