Move right in to this lovely West Chelsea retreat, nestled in the highly sought after Chelsea Enclave with private access to the coveted General Theological Seminary Gardens. Youll find the original interiors by Alan Wanzenberg have been carefully upgraded, deftly bringing a simple, modern elegance to an already well-designed home. A generous sun-filled living room features floor-to-ceiling windows, superb built-ins offering excellent storage options, a convenient workspace, and stunning walnut accents. The open kitchen offers quartz countertops, a 30 Wolf oven & gas range, stainless steel fully vented hood, Sub-Zero refrigerator with two freezer drawers, Sub-Zero 46-bottle dual zone wine cooler and 500 series Bosch dishwasher. Conveniently hidden behind a pocket door off the kitchen is a Bosch front loading washer/dryer. The east facing bedroom has plenty of space for a king-size bed and more. The superbly designed built-ins and custom closets, again in luxurious walnut, offer ample storage and the en suite master bath has been fully upgraded offering double sinks, lacquered cabinetry and vanity, heated flooring and over-sized shower. A half-bath, wide-plank oak flooring throughout the apartment and central air complete the perfect picture. Private storage is included in sale. ($2,699 listed maintenance includes $87.32 for storage unit.) The Chelsea Enclave is a 7-story, 53-unit condop that operates as a condominium. One of West Chelsea's premier residential buildings, featuring white glove services including 24-hour attended lobby with doorman and concierge services, live-in super, porter staff, pet-friendly, on-site garage, fitness center with yoga and Pilates studio, playroom, bike storage, private storage, and two lushly landscaped roof terraces with dining areas, sundecks with chaise lounges, barbecue grill, and panoramic views of the city and the High Line. The Chelsea Enclave also benefits from direct access to the large semi-private park that is shared by the Theological Seminary known as the "Close," the block-long landmarked garden was once an apple orchard in Clement Clarke Moore's 19th century estate. First showings at open house Sunday, January 12th.