This 1,200 square-foot Bed-Stuy loft at 105 Lexington Avenue has one bedroom with room for two. Asking $1.75 million, its loveliest feature is a cozy balcony that’s accessible from both the living room and the master bedroom. All of this in a loft with extra-tall ceilings, in a former frozen food factory that was converted to apartments in 2008.
This laid-back home in artist-filled Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn has all the modern necessities (central HVAC, for example, and an in-unit washer and dryer). Another fabulous feature is a giant wall mural depicting the Manhattan skyline, complemented by a section of elegant Victorian-chic wallcovering.
A standard-issue kitchen comes with stainless appliances, granite countertops, plenty of storage and a colorfully-tiled breakfast bar. An open living/dining room provides entertaining space–or an extra bedroom if you need one, with plenty of space to spare.
A bright and good-sized master bedroom provides a more-than-ample closet. Sliding glass doors get you out to the balcony. A large renovated bath has both a tub and a separate shower stall.
Perks at this elevator building include a gym, bike storage and a package area, plus low common charges and a tax abatement in place until 2025.
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Images courtesy of Douglas Elliman.
Neighborhoods : Bedford-Stuyvesant