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40 East 19th Street
Coop in Flatiron •  building info
3bd • 3ba • 3,400 ft² $1,176 per ft²
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$3,933,333

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$4,000,000

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Description
This meticulously renovated, entertainment friendly, full floor, 3,400 square foot loft with high ceilings is located in the heart of Flatiron. Featuring three (potentially 4) bedrooms and three (potentially 4) full bathrooms, this home is accessed via a private keyed elevator and includes a spacious, bright living room with oversized 7' 6' windows, two large dining areas, a massive entry gallery, home office and a spacious, perfectly designed family room. The open chef's kitchen includes a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a vented Wolf oven and range, a Miele microwave, convection oven and dishwasher and a Danby wine refrigerator. There are also white glass counters and custom Poggen Pohl wood cabinetry. The primary bedroom features an en suite bathroom and a large walk-in closet with a dressing area. All of the bathrooms have Kohler fixtures and heated floors. There is one large storage room off of the entry, as well as a large utility / laundry room with a Bosch washer and dryer. Additionally, this home features walnut stained floors, all of the lighting is recessed and on Lutron dimmers and central air conditioning has been installed. Situated on a fantastic and convenient block in prime Flatiron, this pet-friendly, boutique and ultra-private, nine unit elevator co-op, is just steps away from Union Square and all of the great shopping, restaurants and other attractions located nearby. Maintenance has not been increased for 2 years and sublets are allowed subject to board approval. Please note that the maintenance is $7,700, but the seller is offering an incentive of $1,700 per month for 3 years.

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