For under $1 million, you can own this uber-trendy South Williamsburg loft at 138 Broadway, the historic Smith-Gray Building. Though the loft is technically a studio, it has a separate kitchen and plenty of room in its 925-square-foot layout for individual sleeping, living, and dining areas. But what makes this unit even more desirable is its impeccable contemporary-western vibes–a mix of historic elements such as whitewashed brick walls and wooden ceilings with modern nods to the style like lots of caramel leather furniture and bold, geometric textiles.
Enter into a foyer, which is cozy enough to hold a bench and has two closets. Throughout the home, you’ll find 11.5-foot wood-clad ceilings and newly refinished hardwood floors.
To the left of the entry hall is a large open kitchen with wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite counters, and a breakfast bar that can seat three. This area also features one of the building’s original cast-iron columns.
At the other end of the hall is the 20′ x 22′ main living space, off of which is a lovely little private balcony. According to the listing, the glass globe chandelier comes with the home.
The building offers central heat and air conditioning, laundry rooms on every floor, a central courtyard with barbecues, and a common roof deck.
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Listing photos courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg