The 10th floor at 40 West 22nd Street presents the ultimate in loft living with 21 windows, four exposures, 11-foot ceilings and incredible natural light from every side. Spanning 4,100 square feet and perched high above the Flatiron District, this four-bedroom, three-bathroom home occupies the entire 10th floor of a 45-foot wide pre-war structure.
Enter the space and experience a highly refined and effortless floor plan, meticulously designed by the current owners. With unencumbered light and iconic Manhattan vistas out of every exposure, every room in the loft feels bright and inviting. Off the key locked elevator is the first gathering space, which is currently set up as a large family room. Northern and eastern windows wrap the front side of the loft and create a beautiful entry experience. Down a dramatic gallery through double doors is the south side of the loft, where the rest of the public spaces are located. A massive corner great room sets the tone for the space and features a sculptural wood burning fireplace flanked by seven windows facing south and west. Setback from the great room is a highly functional and minimalist open kitchen. A large island with a breakfast bar is the perfect place to hang out. A gorgeous backdrop of exposed shelving, an architectural window facing east and clean materials throughout create a subtle aesthetic rarely found in today's overdesigned kitchens.
Through the library is the loft's primary bedroom concealed by white pocket doors. The bedroom is airy and bright and features a walk-in closet and a windowed dressing room. The six fixture bathroom features two pedestal sinks, a tub for two, an oversized walk in steam shower, separate water closet and a bidet. The secondary and third bedrooms are located on the north side of the loft and share a second full bathroom with a shower + tub combo. Both secondary bedrooms feature custom closets and large windows facing north and west. A fourth bedroom with an en-suite bathroom is located on the east side of the loft and can easily be used as a separate home office. There is also a large windowed laundry room with side-by-side appliances and a utility sink.
Other notable features of the space include central A/C, brand new windows recently replaced by the current owners, multiple walk-in-closets and beautiful built-ins throughout. A rare find amongst the typical 'renovated loft,' the 10th floor at 40 West 22nd street must be seen in person to be fully appreciated. Originally built in 1909, the pet friendly building features 15 units, a full time super, video intercom and low maintenance.