This is a rare Williamsburg condo conversion comprised of 14 bespoke lofts, housed within a century old manufacturing building. Brooklyn's celebrated architect, Meshberg Group, designed and restored the five-story building with its stunning red brick facade and hunter green cornice. Defining features of this special property include 16-foot ceilings, exposed beams and brick, original wood detailing, incredible south-facing light and an unprecedented amount of storage space, consisting of seven massive closets, three of which are walk-ins.
When entering, you immediately feel like you're in a private townhouse juxtaposed with loft proportions. Spread across two floors and 1,710 square feet, the ceiling heights range from 8' – 16' feet and southern light bathes the entire home, which is comprised of a 24-foot wide great room separated by a floor-to-ceiling custom architectural fireplace, clad in marble and steel. The gorgeous and immaculate open island kitchen has custom European cabinetry, Calacatta Gold marble countertops, Bertazzoni and Miele appliances and has been expanded to include an 86-bottle Sub-Zero wine refrigerator; as well as additional custom storage and counter space. Originally designed as a three-bedroom, the dining room could easily be converted back to the original layout if one needed an extra bedroom.
The master bedroom has been enhanced with custom upholstered window seating with built-in storage and a stunning en-suite bathroom featuring Lefroy Brooks fixtures, a double sink vanity with marble counters, reclaimed wood fronts and a beautifully appointed stall shower with dual head and rain shower. His and hers walk-in closets complete the suite. Upstairs is a massive second bedroom with an en-suite bathroom and a deep soaking tub; as well as a bonus home office space with concealed storage and ample space for a home gym. Included in the purchase price is a deeded and covered parking spot directly accessed through the building's cellar, as well as bike storage and extra storage ideal for organizing luggage and large items.
Other notable upgrades specific to the unit include electronic Lutron shades in every room, Nest thermostats throughout, SONOS integration and surround sound in the great room. The home also has an in-unit washer/dryer and a garbage disposal.
This is a boutique pre-war building located mid-block between Bedford and Driggs. Amenities include keyless entry with video intercom, a large fitness center, bike storage, regular storage and a part-time superintendent. Centrally located in the heart of Williamsburg, the building is moments away from McCarren Park, the Williamsburg waterfront, the G and L trains and the East River Ferry.