Gracious period details, size, light and condition make this elegant and comfortable 1-Bedroom home stand out from its Chelsea-Flatiron neighbors. Multiple archways from a large entry foyer lead to generously-sized rooms, all of which have windows; the living room and bedroom illuminated by steady north-eastern light and the bathroom and kitchen having bright southern exposures. This home represents the best of both worlds, as it retains much of its original '30's charm and details (such as door hardware, light fixtures, hardwood floors and LR cove molding) while its bathroom and kitchen have been beautifully updated for the 21st Century. Marble, chrome, a Waterworks sink and Ann Sacks tiles adorn the bathroom while the extra-large and cheerful kitchen has stainless steel appliances, including a helpful double drawer Fisher & Paykel dishwasher, perfect for larger gatherings and parties. The apartment has excellent storage provided by its 4 large closets and ample cabinets in the kitchen. The Hendy is an adorable 41-unit Depression Deco cooperative with an incredibly helpful in-house super, back-yard garden, central laundry facilities and additional storage and bike storage (based on availability). It is steps to the 1, C, E, F, M, R, W and NJ Path trains and is a short stroll to Penn Station, Trader Joe's, Whole Foods, Fairway, Eataly, Momofuku and a myriad of restaurants, shops and services available nearby. Pets and Pied-a-terres are both fine. For those buyers looking for an extra-ordinary home with excellent value, this home represents one of the best opportunities on the market today.