All New York City loft lovers should check out this apartment for sale at 11 West 20th Street, a prewar Flatiron condo building. It’s a big space with two bedrooms, a den, home office, and three full bathrooms, plus plenty of those lofty prewar details. High ceilings and big windows, of course, are a given, and then there’s tons of exposed brick to go around. You’ll find it in most every room, some natural and some of it whitewashed. Now on the market, this apartment is asking $3.85 million.
You access the apartment through a keyed elevator entrance, and once inside, you’re under 14-foot barreled ceilings of exposed wood. At the end of the open living and dining room/kitchen, there’s a wall of four nearly floor-to-ceiling windows. As you can see above, the current owner has enough space to create separate nooks within the larger living space.
The kitchen’s been totally outfitted in stainless steel appliances, including a dishwasher and a Vulcan range. We love the overhead lighting that hangs between the kitchen and dining room table.
The master bedroom–pictured up top–has custom closets and an en suite bath that comes with a towel warmer. (Other nice apartment perks include central A/C and a washer/dryer.) While the master bedroom has a brighter look thanks to the whitewashed brick, the second bedroom looks more rustic with the more formal exposed brick. Who knew you’d get so many styles of brick to choose from in a single apartment? That’s loft living at its finest.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Flatiron