This is the $10M loft of late rock photographer Ken Regan

A full-floor Flatiron loft that was once home to the late photojournalist Ken Regan has hit the market for $10 million.

The 4,100-square-foot unit, at 6 W. 20th St., features three bedrooms, three full bathrooms and a half bathroom.

Regan, who died in 2012 of cancer, was known for getting the world’s biggest stars to open up to his lens — and many of them passed through his loft in the process. Regan was the official shutterbug for the Rolling Stones during several tours in the 1970s, as well as Bob Dylan’s Rolling Thunder Revue tour in 1975.

Ken Regan
Ken ReganAlamy Stock Photo

He was also the unofficial photographer for Sen. Edward Kennedy for some 40 years.

While the renovated loft is far different from how it was when Regan spent most of his time in the darkroom, it is still filled with artistic flair. A key-locked elevator opens into a large foyer with high ceilings and white oak herringbone floors.

There’s a fireplace in the living room and a hidden wall panel that leads to a brick-walled library/office with custom millwork and built-in pull-down bunk beds.

The unit also features a chef’s kitchen with a butler’s pantry connected to a laundry room, a media room and a dining room that seats 12.

The master suite has oversize steel doors with frosted glass panes, a custom built-in walnut bed with side tables and a dressing room.

The listing brokers are Compass’ Leonard Steinberg, Lois Planco, Herve Senequier and Amy Mendizabal.

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