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Manhattan loft with five skylights seeks $3.15M

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This apartment is full of skylights and closet space

Sotheby’s International Realty

Another one of Manhattan’s stunning lofts has hit the market and this one, located at 40 West 15th Street in Flatiron, is going for the pricey ask of $3.15 million. Brokerbabble calls this co-op an “artist’s retreat” and we can see why it’s been described as such.

It takes just one glance to see that this apartment is full of character. The space occupies the top floor of the building and has been designed by architect Mitchell Owen. The open floor plan features dramatic beamed ceilings and exposed brick that manifest an industrial vibe across the 50-foot wide living/dining room. A wall of windows allows for a plethora of natural light.

The windowed eat-in kitchen is a sleek space that has been outfitted with fancy built-in stainless steel appliances, double-hung cabinets, and a rolling breakfast bar.

The three bedrooms are simple in their design but subtly boasts several unique features. For instance, the master bedroom has its own skylight (one of five throughout the home) along with custom sliding doors, an en-suite master bathroom, and a huge walk-in closet. Other elements include central heating/air conditioning, a washer/dryer unit, and automatic window shades.