If you can’t choose between living in a brownstone or a loft, this unique Flatiron co-op at 41 East 19th Street could be just what you’re looking for. You get all the grand old style of living on the parlor floor of a lovely landmarked brownstone, with the exposed beams and brick–and the creative use of space on two levels–that make loft living so cool.
On the one-bedroom apartment’s main floor, elegant classic elements set the stage for a polished and pretty home. High ceilings, clever built-ins, tall windows and modern architectural details make the space more interesting than the average loft.
A handsome grey-painted kitchen is ready for entertaining, updated with new subway tile, a Bosch dishwasher, a 6-burner stove, granite countertops and plenty of storage. Ceilings soaring to well over 13 feet, and oversized windows fill the space with natural light. The grey and blue palette extends to the bath, which is on this floor as well–great for guests, not so great for residents.
Up a spiral staircase is the the home’s sleeping loft, which is spacious–as long as you aren’t taller than five-foot-ten, which is its ceiling height. There is, however, a wall of closets, a walk-in storage closet and a cozy little chill-out space for meditation or a good book.
Laundry is available in the basement (in-unit washer/dryers are permitted with board approval).
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Images courtesy of Compass.
Neighborhoods : Flatiron