Sense of balance Chelsea Terrace II simply feels comfortable, from your first glimpse of the sitting room’s earthy wood grains and plush seating. It’s stylish too – the furniture has a mid-century charm, and the walls are filled with artwork. The living space overlooks a quaint brick church, a historic piece of the neighborhood's past. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances and granite countertops, with artwork propped on the open shelves. The breakfast bar seats two, and a round wooden dining table can be pulled out for more formal dining. The master bedroom is at the end of the hall. It has a queen-size bed, an ornamental marble fireplace, and a partially exposed brick wall. The second bedroom (with a queen Murphy bed) is connected by a sliding door, though it also has its own entrance from the hallway. A door here leads to the back terrace, where there’s seating for two.
Apple TV, TV, dining table, dining chair
Breakfast bar, dishwasher, fridge-freezer, hob (gas), oven, toaster, Bar stool
Queen size bed
Murphy bed, terrace
Underfloor Heating, basin, Bath with integrated shower, toilet
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The minimum length of stay for this home is 30 nights.
The fireplaces in this home are ornamental
The bed in the second bedroom is a queen Murphy bed.
This home is on the third floor of an apartment building with no elevator.