There was a time when it would be surprising to find a million-dollar condo in deepest Bushwick near the Ridgewood border. But that time has passed long ago, and turnkey loft living awaits at this $1.05 million loft at the Wy 101 Lofts at 101 Wyckoff Avenue. The four-story 1925 warehouse building has been converted to 29 lofts possessed of every modern convenience (minus the L train, starting in 2019.). Currently configured as two large private rooms and a living room/kitchen area, the 1,152-square-foot corner floor plan is ready for configuration to fit your lifestyle in true loft fashion.
There’s lots of actual fashion happening as well in the loft’s interior decor, with dark, moody shades of gray and green highlighting the walls below 12-foot ceilings, wraparound curtains, designer-look lighting, boho-chic rugs and perfectly curated gallery walls. The loft is currently configured as a two-bedroom with a separate office alcove with two full bathrooms. A large great room enjoys six-foot windows on both walls.
The kitchen’s open design is party-ready, outfitted with a five-burner gas range, and a 30 bottle wine fridge.
The loft doesn’t skip the standard condo comforts of central HVAC, an in-unit washer/dryer, plenty of storage and video intercom security. If you’re still having trouble with the concept of a million-dollar Bushwick loft, you can also take comfort in a tax abatement and low common charges.
The elevator building has a roof deck, so you can enjoy the amazing panoramic views with hundreds of your closest friends.
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Images courtesy of Compass.
Neighborhoods : Bushwick