One of the largest private Manhattan homes available on the market today. Privacy and light abound at this rare, full floor, four exposure, stunner of a Chelsea loft at 205 West 19th Street. More than 5,400 square feet on a single level, it is exceedingly rare to find such an amount of space outside of a townhouse in the city. The ninth floor enjoys not only this amount of rambling space, but enjoys tremendous light from enormous picture windows that stretch across each side of the home, bringing a cheeriness and airiness into the loft. Enter into the home from your choice of two key-locked elevators into a large foyer, separating the enormous living quarters with the northern side, or the sleeping quarters. On the southern side of the loft are the living room, grand dining room, enormous eat-in but open chef's kitchen, two home offices, and a utility room with panty, side-by-side washer/dryer, and slop sink. High ceilings accentuate the loftiness of the wing. On the northern end of the home, entered via a large gallery, is the massive corner master suite, with a sitting room, dressing room, multiple walk-in closets and a private library. The master boasts views north over Chelsea and to midtown and Hudson Yards. There are three guest bedrooms with two full baths, and a sitting room or play area for children or guests. The building is a pre-war loft cooperative on the corner of 19th Street and 7th Avenue, with eighteen homes. There is a full time superintendent, video intercom, and storage. Live/work is allowed, as are pets.