Available: February 15, 2019
A chic designer loft overlooking the East River, this one-of-a-kind 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom corner loft brushes an eclectic palette of warm, organic textures upon a prewar industrial frame. Features of this 2,600 sq. ft. condo include exposed brick walls, a blend of original concrete and hardwood floors, an 18-ft double-height concrete ceiling in the living space, huge windows with western and northern exposure, a gas burning fireplace, a convenient in-home laundry room, and a private west-facing balcony.
Beyond a tasteful entry hall adorned with a pair of coat closets, the lower level of the home flows into an open-concept dining room and kitchen. The kitchen is equipped with a massive eat-in island, sleek caesarstone countertops, a custom designed electric motion drawer system, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliance; including a Gaggenau refridgerator, Bosch dishwasher and Wolf range. The living room sits on a raised platform covered with gorgeous Peruvian walnut hardwood flooring. Natural light pours into the space through soaring windows, and access to a private terrace completes it. Finishing the lower level are a pair of bedrooms, a stylish full bathroom, and an additional storage closet.
The master bedroom lies on the upper level of the home and possesses stunning river views as well as easy access to a home office through a custom reclaimed barnwood door, a cavernous walk-in closet, and a full bathroom outfitted with a walk-in shower and an elegant vessel sink. A fourth bedroom and a supplementary reach-in closet finishes the upper level.
The Esquire is a distinguished prewar condominium nestled in the trendy neighborhood of Williamsburg. The building boasts an environmentally-friendly geo-thermal climate system, a composting center, a laundry room, a video intercom system, and a beautiful rooftop terrace with views of the river and the city as well as gardening plots to green thumb residents. It is surrounded by a mix of restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops, and is about a 10-minute walk to both the L subway line and the East River Ferry.