$3.9M Flatiron Loft Offers Two-Level Terrace with Empire State Building Views

Posted On Tue, September 16, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, September 16, 2014 By In Cool Listings, Flatiron, Interiors

Who wouldn’t want to step out onto their magnificent terrace in Flatiron and gaze at the Met Life and Empire State Building? We’re guessing the owners of this fabulous pad are going to have a hard time parting with it… or maybe they just don’t have an appreciation for convenient locations with amazing views. Either way, this newly renovated loft at 40 East 19th Street is available for $3.85 million. Take a look at what’s inside and outside, ahead.

40 East 19th Street, spectacular outdoor space, rail-less stairs with built-ins

It’s hard to choose which aspect of this co-op is more stunning. Inside, the unit has the standard hardwood floors and exposed brick accent walls and pipes everyone expects to see in a New York loft, but this particular pad has a few tricks up its sleeve. For starters, there’s a gorgeous skylit entertainment space with a dining and living area. Off the entertainment space is the chef’s kitchen with stainless steel SubZero and Viking appliances, quartz countertops, beautiful glass tile backsplash, and a drop of sun thanks to yet another skylight.

40 East 19th Street, spectacular outdoor space, rail-less stairs with built-ins

The spacious master has a deluxe spa bath and a massive, windowed, walk-in closet. There’s a guest bedroom with nice closet space, although interestingly enough, it’s situated right outside the master suite. If you suffer from climacophobia (fear of falling down stairs), this loft may not be the best use of your money. An ultra-chic rail-less staircase leads you down to a gigantic storage area with custom built-ins and a private laundry room.

40 East 19th Street, spectacular outdoor space, rail-less stairs with built-ins

There’s no doubt that the piece de resistance of this quintessential loft is the extraordinary terrace. The 1,200-square-foot deck is two levels of awesome, with space for dining, sunbathing, and socializing in the shade. In fact, this terrace is so spectacular, there’s no reason to go back inside. (No word on what the terrace is going for but if the new owners decide to rent it out, we call dibs.)

[Listing: 40 East 19th Street #10 by Jennifer Ellenberg of Douglas Elliman]

[via CityRealty]

Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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Neighborhoods : Flatiron



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