A quintessential Williamsburg two bedroom duplex apartment in one of the most sought after locations of Brooklyn, New York.
This unique loft-like two bedroom, two bathroom apartment (1587 sq ft, 147 sq m) has a romantic feel inspired by the beauty of authentic industrial Brooklyn design. The apartment is on two floors with an expansive first floor level with high ceilings and brand new hardwood floors, an artfully designed staircase and floor to ceiling windows that bathe the apartment in natural light.
The first floor level has a state of the art kitchen with an island, breakfast bar and a custom designed iron rod light fixture which gives an ambient glow. There is a spacious living and dining area that opens onto a welcoming landscaped private garden oasis (808 sq ft, 75 sq m) with white stone gravel, brick walls and a fire pit, a great place for entertaining throughout the day and in the evening.
Off the living room on the first floor is the master bedroom with an en suite bathroom with a marble bath, shower and deep soaking tub. A glass door from the bedroom leads to a recessed terrace and the garden.
A beautiful wooden staircase descends to the apartment’s spacious lower floor where there is ample space for a lounging area and a queen sized bed if required. Also on this floor is a smaller room which could be used as a home office, a WC and a laundry room, all newly renovated.
Monthly costs include taxes at $272 and common charges at $915.
This apartment offers a tremendous amount of space with a townhouse feel. The home is located in Williamsburg’s vibrant east side, one of the most sought after areas of Brooklyn with its numerous restaurants, bars and shops and is just a short walk to the L, G, J and M trains with easy access to Manhattan, Long Island City and Brooklyn’s southern neighbourhoods.
In recent years, Williamsburg has become one of New York City’s most culturally vibrant areas with global renown. This Brooklyn neighbourhood stretches roughly from the East River to Bushwick Avenue and is bordered by McCarren Park to the north and Flushing to the south. There is an incredible array of restaurants, shops, music venues and arts organisations.
During the early 2000s, Williamsburg was an influential hub of contemporary music and had a large local hipster culture, a strong art community and vibrant nightlife earning the nickname ‘Little Berlin’. The area has seen a steady gentrification.
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