Once you settle in to the rustic vibe of this pre-war Flatiron co-op at 41 East 19th Street, you might feel like you’ve been living there for years. The artful lived-in look is only part of the package; a 270-square-foot terrace adds the possibility of lavish entertaining, and a living room with a greenhouse roof keeps things sunny in all seasons of the year.
The furnished one-bedroom-plus-home-office co-op also offers 1.5 baths. A brick-tiled terrace is landscaped, furnished and barbecue-enabled, ready for outdoor dining–and you can bring your green thumb indoors for the winter.
Shabby-chic dreams come true in the master bedroom, where a king-size Tempurpedic mattress joins whitewashed vintage furnishings. You’ll also find a walk-in closet and plenty of light.
The home office/spare bedroom plays the loft card with high ceilings, exposed brick, steel-framed frosted windows and a pale wood floor. The apartment, tucked into a landmarked 1898 brownstone, also has a washer/dryer. According to the listing, it’s available for a minimum of three months and a maximum of twelve.
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Neighborhoods : Flatiron