270 W 19th Street #1B is an extraordinary garden duplex located within in a boutique condominium building on 19th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. This south-facing two-bedroom, two-bathroom home features nearly 1400 interior square feet, plentiful light, an open layout, and most notably a lush private garden oasis. A proper foyer flows into an impressive 25’ wide great room. Two oversized windows and a set of french doors flood the space with natural light and look out over the private garden. The open U-shaped kitchen is outfitted with walnut cabinetry, a suite of stainless steel Jenn-Air appliances, and plentiful granite countertops with breakfast bar for casual dining. Also on this level is a full bathroom finished in limestone, and a large coat closet. Out the french doors are a landing and stairs that lead to the sprawling, over 900 square foot garden. This spectacularly landscaped outdoor space features a large pergola, a gas grill, ample dining and lounge space, bluestone pavers, new Ipe decking and gorgeous irrigated flower beds. This garden provides the perfect place for outdoor entertaining, and is a calm retreat from city living. On the garden level of the home are two spacious bedrooms. The large master bedroom has doors that open directly to the outside and boasts a fully built-out massive walk-in closet. The secondary bedroom is flooded with light and also overlooks the serene outdoor space. An oversized limestone master bathroom on this floor contains a Toto toilet, a separate glass enclosed shower and a Zuma soaking tub. Located under the stairs is a laundry closet with a vented, stacked GE washer/dryer and shelving for additional storage. Located on a tree-lined street, 270 W 19th Street, also known as The Sedona, is a boutique condominium built in 2004 and is comprised of only 14 residences. Building amenities include a landscaped roof deck, responsive superintendent and staff, and iDor video intercom system that allows owners to view and grant access to the building from their smartphones. Down the block is a parking garage, and residents also have easy access to the High Line, Chelsea Market, and Chelsea Piers, as well as some of the city’s most notable museums and galleries. Moments away are multiple transit lines as well as Trader Joes and Whole Foods.