Landscaped decks and terraces are always a luxury in the city, and this penthouse at 29 West 19th Street between the Flatiron district and Chelsea has so much private outdoor space in the form of four terraces and a roof deck that you’re just steps from al fresco no matter which room you’re in. And while 2,242 square feet of indoor space is a lot of living room, it’s the 1,700+ square feet of outdoor space that sets this three-bedroom duplex penthouse, asking $5.8 million, apart.
The apartment’s roof deck sits above it all, tucked in between buildings and blessed with planters and trellises with water irrigation connections to keep everything green. Outdoor spaces also include a wet bar, a grill, a shower, an organic herb garden, electric retractable awnings, custom landscape lighting, and speakers.
On the main floor, there’s plenty of living space and glazing that opens onto a gorgeous landscaped terrace. A modern gas fireplace means that even in winter, it’s an enviable space to be, whether you’re entertaining or just escaping the city grind.
A vast eat-in kitchen features sleek white cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliances including a Sub-Zero fridge, a Viking range and a Miele dishwasher. Stone countertops and a French glass backsplash tie it all together visually and hardwood floors add warmth.
There’s plenty of room for dining and lounging indoors while gazing out at your private garden paradise.
Main-floor bedrooms are spacious and well-appointed. They have their own terrace, of course.
Upstairs, a luxurious master bedroom opens onto a 12-foot-by-20-foot terrace that’s bigger than the room itself. A huge walk-in-closet assures that storage space isn’t sacrificed for open-air living.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.