Dine and dance on the private rooftop of this $6.4M Flatiron penthouse loft
Photo credit: MW Studios for Sotheby’s International Realty
Situated between Broadway and Fifth Avenue in one of Manhattan’s most vibrant neighborhoods, the home atop 22 East 18th Street in Flatiron offers 3,300 square feet of freshly renovated loft living with three bedrooms, 11-foot ceilings, and massive skylights. The best part of this stunning co-op apartment, asking $6,350,000, may just be the 1,800-square-foot private roof deck, complete with a wet bar, built-in lighting, and irrigation–and panoramic views of the surrounding city.
The home’s great room, anchored by a double-sided wood-burning fireplace, offers a bounty of loft loveliness in the form of original oak floors polished to a dark shine, central A/C, and custom closets galore. In addition to the main rooms, there are several office spaces, a study, a den, and a gym.
Beneath a double-height skylight, a sleek European-style kitchen features Arclinea cabinets, Ironworks Italian porcelain tile, a SubZero refrigerator, two Miele dishwashers, a Viking Range and warming tray, and a vented range hood. There’s enough indoor dining space for all-season entertaining.
Located off a closet-lined hallway is the primary bedroom, with a massive walk-in closet and a home office. In the bath, you’ll find a free-standing shower and marble flooring and countertops.
Accessible by private elevator, the roof deck is an urban paradise with room for gardening, dining, and entertaining a crowd. This stunning perch features a wet bar with a refrigerator and granite serving buffet as well as irrigated plantings and built-in lighting.
The pet-friendly 10-unit co-operative offers residents a part-time super and a bike room, plus additional storage shared with only one other unit.
[Listing details: 22 East 18th Street, PH6A at CityRealty]
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