What kind of apartment needs custom blinds from the Shade Store? The kind with floor-to-ceiling windows flooding the unit with light! And we’re not talking any standard floor-to-ceiling windows. Architect Michael Muroff decided to throw us a beautiful curve ball by designing a wall-sized window in the living room accented with a giant, skylight – or more appropriately, an angled ceiling of windows. The result is a living space you could practically sunbathe in.
An abundance of light isn’t the only thing 149 Skillman Avenue #4B has to offer. The 1,070-square-foot, 2BR/2BA unit has a few other surprises, including a steam shower and a private roof deck with a gorgeous view of the Manhattan skyline. That means a spectacular show for the apartment’s residents when the 4th of July fireworks return to the East River for summer 2014.
The 8-year-old condo is also outfitted with energy efficient, top-of-the-line appliances; keyed, direct elevator access, and the oh so coveted central air and heat. Not to mention, this building is perfectly situated in the heart of East Williamsburg only blocks from the L train at Graham Avenue. This convenient location is not only within walking distance of the Williamsburg action, but it has its own neighborhood feel with some of the best restaurants, bars and coffee shops.