Gritty artist loft this is not–a high-end renovation for this pad in the Mill Building, located at 85-101 North 3rd Street in Williamsburg, left it feeling more like a luxury condo. (The $3.75 million price tag, too, befits a luxury listing.) While the former warehouse’s exposed wood ceiling beams remain, new additions include a fancy kitchen with marble finishes, custom push button light switches throughout, and a sleek, glass-walled office space.
The apartment spans 2,430 square feet and holds three bedrooms and two bathrooms total. The entertaining space, which occupies the entire northwest corner, is big enough for three separate sitting areas, a dining room, and an open kitchen. Wood beams line the ceiling overhead, with wood floors below.
The renovation paid lots of attention to the kitchen, decked out with floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, top-of-the-line appliances, and a large marble island.
Off the hallway, a chic office space was set behind a dramatic glass wall.
The master suite has a pass-through, custom dressing room that connects to a luxurious master bathroom with a double vanity, oversized tub, and three-fixture shower. Down the center corridor there two additional large bedrooms and another custom bathroom.
Of course, it wouldn’t be a luxury apartment without outdoor space. This loft comes with three– two balconies off the living room and master bedroom and then a private 664-square-foot rooftop cabana. The cabana comes with classic Williamsburg view of the East River and Manhattan skyline. Williamsburg luxury doesn’t get much nicer than this. Be sure to peruse the gallery for some more images of the impressive interior.
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Photos courtesy of Halstead
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg