Townhouse | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4
In the thick of the world’s most exciting concrete jungle, escape to a contemporary two bedroom aerie with a private rooftop swathed in gorgeous woods. This home is located in one of Chelsea’s loveliest blocks, once part of the estate of Clement Clark Moore, and best known for the row of classic Greek Revival homes designed in harmony with the General Theological Seminary. Hike up this townhouse dating back to the 1840s and discover a light-drenched minimalist space dressed in shades of milk and honey
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|General||Central heating, TV, Telephone, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
Property Manager: onefinestay redefines the experience of visiting London and New York: live like a local by staying in a distinctive home while the owner is out of town, with a service which offers all the convenience and comfort of a hotel. Our guests enjoy luxury amenities like 5* hotel linens and toiletries from The White Company in London, and Kiehl's in New York as standard. Every guest is also lent an iPhone for the duration of their stay which is stocked with local tips from the home's owner, and from which they can make free local calls.Services: Of course, we always go the extra mile. Just like a hotel, we're always available at the end of a phone while you're in town. Whether you need an extra toothbrush, a new hair dryer, a top tip for a West End show or a nanny for the night, just give us a call.
New York City
Town and CountryIn the thick of the world's most exciting concrete jungle, escape to a contemporary two bedroom aerie with a private rooftop swathed in gorgeous woods. This home is located in one of Chelsea's loveliest blocks, once part of the estate of Clement Clark Moore, and best known for the row of classic Greek Revival homes designed in harmony with the General Theological Seminary. Hike up this townhouse dating back to the 1840s and discover a light-drenched minimalist space dressed in shades of milk and honey.From mighty oaks, little acorns growYour host has an accomplished career in academia, and he's a doting family man as well.See the forest for the treesThe trail begins at a spacious open kitchen accented with leaf green cabinets and equipped with an impressive array of stainless steel appliances with a skylight overhead. After whipping up a hunter's feast, enjoy it without distraction in a minimalist dining area flooded with natural light. In the serene living area, sit back and relax on the sleek, low-slung couch with a book borrowed from the immaculately arranged shelves in the adjacent home office.Inside the boy's bedroom, lively bursts of colour and a cosy single bed would receive Goldilocks' stamp of approval. The master bedroom is serene and subdued, with warm wood furniture and milky hues warmed up with the occasional splash of red. Climb to the summit for your final reward: an expansive roof top with a teak deck and a lush forest of succulents, where you can fire up some steaks on the grill and dine underneath the bright New York sky.Branch outIf you're seeking provisions, then you're barking up the right tree. This neck of the woods offers excellent tapas at Tia Pol, sublime sushi at Morimoto, and theatrical Asian fusion at Buddakan. Pining away for nature? Take a stroll on the High Line, an aerial park built on an old railway that has become one of New York's most treasured spots. If you're looking to sample the nightlife, the Meatpacking District's glitzy clubs are on top of that tree.