Light-infused, and ideally located on a semi private floor, the tranquil and quiet nature of this immaculate 2-bedroom 2-bathroom apartment in the luxury full-service boutique condominium, the Campiello Collection, will capture your heart. Moments from Flatiron's acclaimed restaurants, nearby museums and art galleries this prime Chelsea residence offers unique access to the best Downtown has to offer.
Recently renovated, this apartment offers a unique floor plan with generously proportioned rooms and beautiful high-grade 5-inch wide plank white oak hardwood floors throughout. The spacious corner living room's southern exposures and afternoon sunshine combined with luxurious millwork, recessed curtain rails, a media center, and art wall create the perfect oasis to recharge or enjoy time with your friends and loved ones.
Adjoining the living room, the windowed dining area seats six or more people easily and is open to the Poggenpohl kitchen which boasts a Bosch range, oven, and dishwasher, stainless-steel counters and appliances and a Caesar stone topped island with a Marvel wine cooler - perfect for entertaining.
The Master Bedroom Suite is very spacious and offers both a walk-in closet and two additional double closets all expertly outfitted. The en-suite marble master bathroom is a Zen retreat with a deep soaking tub, double vanities and large shower. The bright second bedroom and can be opened to the dining area, offering an alternative layout for pied-a-terre buyers. The second bathroom, located along the wide hallway next to the Bosh laundry, features a full bathtub and vanity.
151 West 17th Street consists of 50 units in two towers, has a full-time building manager, a well-equipped and windowed gym, two common outdoor areas, bike storage and a garage. Apartment 7H, the only 2-bedroom H line offering open southern exposures, is located in the north tower providing you with the option to enter and exit on 17th Street or enjoy a private entrance/exit on 18th Street for absolute discretion. Moments from over 10 subway lines and Union Square.