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Featuring Caitlin Williams and Peter Zaitzeff's listing at 465 West 23rd Street, Chelsea/Hudson Yards: 

West Chelsea Co-op • $1,470,000 • MANHATTAN • 465 West 23rd Street, No. 11B
 
A one-bedroom, one-bath corner apartment with nine-foot beamed ceilings, natural light and hand-carved wood features on the 11th floor of the prewar London Terrace Towers co-op, with shared laundry, an indoor heated pool, a gym, a bike room and a landscaped roof deck.
 
Peter Zaitzeff, Corcoran, 917-386-4911; corcoran.com/nyc
 
MAINTENANCE $2,749 a month
 
PROS The oversized living room has a gorgeous silver-leaf ceiling that scatters sunlight during the day. The hand-carved wood shutters and closet doors, imported from India, make the space feel warm and exotic. The closets are very deep.
 
CONS The custom wood carvings and hand-painted walls may not suit every buyer’s taste. The kitchen doesn’t have much storage space
 
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