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348 West 22nd Street

348 West 22nd Street

$8,100,000 (approx. £6,495,000)
Chelsea, New York
Property reference: NYB0067
$8,100,000 (approx. £6,495,000)
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  • 7 Bedrooms
  • 6 Bathrooms
  • Entertainment Room
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Living Area:  4,300 sq ft

348 West 22nd Street is a 21’-wide townhouse rich with history, located on one of the best tree-lined blocks in Chelsea. Purchased from Clement C. Moore in 1835, Abisha Smith built this townhome in 1841 in Greek Revival style, giving the block it’s great distinction.

Post World War II, in 1959, the Seamen’s Mission purchased the property to act as the new Seamen’s House for it’s convenience to the West Side piers. The plaque remains on the front façade today.

One of 40 townhouses on the block, 348 West 22nd Street is four-stories tall (plus cellar) and approximately 4,300 square feet. Period details remain in excellent condition, with features such as Greek Revival plaster moldings and medallions, four marble mantles, and inlaid parquet wood floors. Additionally, the entire home is serviced with CAC.

This home boasts two entrances, one beyond the iron railings and large forecourt, and the other an elegant and grand stoop. The parlor floor windows are full length, extending to the floors, allowing tremendous sunlight throughout the home.

The ceilings are generous on all levels, with the parlor floor reaching heights of 12’. The oversized south-facing garden is approximately 35’-deep and provides a unique combination of privacy and open views, as it abuts townhouse gardens on three sides. The third floor private terrace off the master bedroom offers additional outdoor space.

Currently configured as an upper triplex above two studios, 348 West 22nd Street will be delivered vacant. With approximately 1,923 square feet of available Floor Area Ratio (F.A.R.) allowing for expansion of the home, this property can be transformed back to its original stately single-family grandeur of approximately 6,200 feet plus any excavation in the cellar.

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