A Carriage House in Chelsea
New York City seems to be well-stocked with hidden housing treasures, just waiting to be called home. And the Carriage House, a condominium complex located in Chelsea, could be one of them.
According to the company’s website, the entire complex was originally constructed over 100 years ago and served a purpose as a stable. As the years passed, a new form of transportation was housed within its walls—cars. But today, the building moved away from forms of transportation and animals and is a complex dedicated to housing humans. A release for the Carriage House noted that the developer of the building, Broad Mill Development Group, announced their receipt of a temporary certificate of occupancy and has already contracted many buyers.
And the complex itself offers plenty with varying square footage, bedrooms and the sales option of two-bedroom penthouses. According to Carriage House, the complex offers loft homes at with a starting measurement of 556 square feet. Other offerings are duplex and studio lofts and one-bedroom spaces. The spaces are intially priced at $695,000, but can reach a price of $3.6 million. From a look at the condominium’s resident-amenities, it’s clear that the building has taken a successful step towards luxury living. The Carriage House is said to be complete with conveniences like kitchens boasting Sub-Zero refrigerators and Wolf oven cooktops, bathrooms graced with marble countertops and soaking tubs and plenty more.
Although Carriage House is no longer a place to just house automobiles, the complex seems to draw from its roots in the city by offering eight private indoor parking spots.