$900K Clinton Hill condo has a designer’s touch and discerning storage

Posted On Mon, November 4, 2019 By

Posted On Mon, November 4, 2019 By In Clinton Hill, Cool Listings, Interiors

Photo courtesy of the Henderson Team at Citi Habitats

Any true New Yorker has gained an appreciation for good storage space over the years, but when it’s stylish, it’s an added bonus. Such is the case at this $899,000 loft at 95 Lexington Avenue in Clinton Hill. Technically a loft space, the 981-square-foot home has been configured with a separate bedroom alcove for privacy, and an additional half-bath is an extra perk. All of this smart planning and lovely decor is not surprising considering the current homeowners are designers.

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condo

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condo

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condoTop photo courtesy of the Henderson Team at Citi Habitats; middle and bottom photos by Daniel Salemi, courtesy of Citi Habitats

Other lovely features of the apartment include white-washed exposed brick, high ceilings with exposed ducts, and a washer-dryer in the unit. The main living space has a wall of south-facing floor-to-ceiling windows, enough space for a dining area, a shabby-chic fireplace, and a cool wall of shelving.

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condo

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condoTop photo courtesy of the Henderson Team at Citi Habitats; bottom photo by Daniel Salemi, courtesy of Citi Habitats

When it came to the kitchen, the owners enlisted architect Brandon Dean, founder of Brooklyn-based Dean Works, for the renovation. It boasts custom birch cabinetry, a white marble backsplash with built-in shelving, and an oversized dark soapstone island that contrasts perfectly with the rest of the light kitchen. There’s also a built-in oven and a custom built-in refrigerator.

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condo

95 Lexington Avenue, Dean Works, Clinton Hill condoTop photo by Daniel Salemi, courtesy of Citi Habitats; bottom photo courtesy of the Henderson Team at Citi Habitats

The kitchen also serves as a divider between the living space and bedroom. The birch cabinetry continues to frame the sleeping space, where a frosted glass sliding door creates privacy while allowing natural light in. This space has more white-washed brick and abundant shelving and storage.

The apartment comes with a private street entrance and access to the building’s common roof terrace.

[Listing: 95 Lexington Avenue, 1A by Jacob Henderson of Citi Habitats]

[At CityRealty]

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Photos by the Henderson Team at Citi Habitats or Daniel Salemi, courtesy of Citi Habitats

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