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300 west 23rd street apartment 10h: the rarely available and highly coveted h-line is the largest one-bedroom in the building and features a north and east corner exposure with unobstructed skyline views, including the empire state building. Apartment 10h is impeccably designed and thoughtfully laid out. The gracious entry foyer with three closets, one being a walk-in, offers the perfect transition from hectic city life to a peaceful home. The bright and oversized living room has beamed ceilings, two eastern-facing windows, built-in bookshelves, and plenty of space to spread out and relax. A pocket door opens to the large corner bedroom with a walk-in closet and en-suite bathroom outfitted with stone floor, black slate tiles, and duravit fixtures. Just off the entry foyer, there is a pass-through galley kitchen with excellent storage, a deep under-mounted sink with garbage disposal, a dishwasher, and a 4-burner gas range. Additionally, there is a windowed dining area that serves perfectly to keep living and dining separated. The closets throughout the apartment are all built-out and finished by california closets. Monthly maintenance includes all utilities. 300 west 23rd street was designed by emery roth (san remo, beresford, the ritz tower) and built in 1931. The co-op allows pieds-a-terre, co-purchasing, pets, and 80% financing. This prime chelsea location is steps from the subway, delicious eateries, and the hudson river park.
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