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In the Flatiron District, an eccentric duplex loft wants $6.25M

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A full renovation combined two apartments into one

Photos courtesy Sotheby’s International Realty.

A rare and unusual apartment within the Flatiron District’s historic MacIntyre Building has hit the market for $6.25 million. Two separate units have been combined to create a 2,850-square-foot corner duplex loft with a bit of vintage charm and plenty of eclectic decor.

There is a lot to take in here but some of the basics is that the co-op boasts three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and a home office that can be converted into a fourth bedroom. The ceilings rise 12-feet high throughout the home and are accompanied by oversized wood-framed windows, exposed pipes, and detailed walls. The open kitchen has been given a “vintage-inspired refrigerator” along with a marble island that is inlaid with “precious stones from India.”

Per the broker lingo, the spiraling staircase was custom-engineered and crafted from both steel and glass. The bedrooms are split between the two levels, with the master suite, equipped with a platform bed, along with a home office residing on the upper floor and the two smaller bedrooms (one of which comes with a Murphy bed bordered by custom cabinetry) taking residency on the lower level. Each room has its own sort of quirky set-up and the bathrooms are no less eccentric, boasting copper sinks and tubs as well as antique stone.

The apartment has some necessary conveniences to go along with its unusual layout: there is a washer/dryer machine on hand, a large walk-in closet, and at least three other smaller closets.

Maintenance goes for $5,263/month.