Prewar Coop Built 1938 in
| Full Service Doorman With Elevator
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Welcome to The Kensington House in the heart of Chelsea. Residence 401 is a south-facing, well-appointed and spacious studio with original Art Deco details. This unique home features original oak floors with mahogany inlay borders. Double-pane windows allow for plenty of light while keeping the interior pin-drop quiet. With a great separation of space and a sunken living area, there's plenty of room for living, dining, and/or an office. The windowed galley kitchen features a dishwasher, tiled backsplash, and stone countertops. The updated marble bathroom is conveniently located next to the spacious dressing area with ample storage. Additional storage is also available for rent. The Kensington House was designed by famed architect Emery Roth in 1937 and remains one of the most sought-after addresses in Chelsea. With a 24-hour doorman, a live-in super, and a laundry room, the highlight of this great building is the beautifully planted and furnished rooftop with iconic views of The Empire State Building. At the crossroads of the best culture, shopping, and dining in all of Manhattan, it's also conveniently located near many subway stations. 200 West 20th Street is pied-a-terre and pet friendly. With solid financials, this co-op allows unlimited subletting after one year.