465 West 23rd Street #7E
ListingID: 19216747 | Type: Simplex
Rooms: 3 | Baths: 1
Pre-war | Doorman | Elevator | Pets allowed
Imagine the epitome of Style, Function, Design and Luxury, all wrapped up in the perfect London Terrace studio! No need to tax your imagination as you’ll find it here at apartment #7E in the Pool Building to boot! The windowed kitchen is the stand-out, wowza factor as you enter the apartment and take in the light and views through three south-facing window-frames. Outfitted with the best appliances and accessories you’ll find a sweet, white, Viking Range, Miele vent hood, Fagor Fridge, Fisher and Paykel dishwasher, and Hansgrohe kitchen faucet. The dining bar and counter-tops are all Ceasarstone.The dressing room is smartly outfitted with an Elfa hanging and storage system and leads you to the lap of luxury, gorgeous bath. Sheathed in Carrara marble, the owner gave a nod to the original bones by restoring the original tile floor and bathtub. You’ll find two medicine cabinets, one 5′ mirrored version tucked behind the door and another (Restoration Hardware) flanked by some serious lights above a Rohl pedestal sink. The bath faucet, rain shower is by Cheviot (a Canadian company).Beautifully restored oak hardwood floors and custom made double blinds add the finishing touch.This residence is part of the four Towers of London Terrace, steps away from the Highline and just upstairs from the renowned half Olympic sized Pool. With saunas and steam rooms in both the men’s and women’s locker rooms, the original tiled pool, deck and facilities are magnificent and not available to anyone outside of London Terrace other than guests and trainers. This, along with your gas and electric usage is all part of the maintenance. A fully equipped 3000′ gym is just $400 annually and the entire facility is run by The Wright Fit. You’ll also enjoy the landscaped roof deck and full service attention from 24 hour doormen and porters.You’re invited to view all of the above by appointment so please contact Susan M. Singer where you’ll also learn more about the culture and history of London Terrace Towers from a 21 year shareholder.