Cute Williamsburg condo asks $775K after a clever renovation
This 624-square-foot, one-bedroom condo at 134 North 10th Street in Williamsburg offers the best of both worlds in a small amount of space. A recent reno restored details of the historic townhouse building, like six-inch-wide plank pine flooring, built-in closets, and decorative fireplaces. But the renovation also created an efficient, flexible layout with custom build outs that include shelving, desks, sliding doors, and lofts. After last selling in 2010 for $441,090, this blend of old-meets-new is on the market asking $775,000.
Light streams in from a southern exposure into the living room, boasting a custom floor-to-ceiling storage element (with a desk, too!) and brick fireplace. That leads right into the open kitchen, efficiently designed with stainless steel appliances and finished in white subway tile.
Right outside the master bedroom is a cozy office, maximized for space by the overhead sleeping and storage loft.
The bedroom maintains much of the townhouse original details, including a decorative mantle, built-ins, hardwood floors, and two large windows. A modern light fixture, plus another floor-to-ceiling storage element, adds to the contemporary edge.
In the bathroom, a claw foot tub was untouched while dual sinks and green custom tile were added in. This unique apartment is part of a six-unit condo carved from an early 1900s townhouse. It’s located between Williamsburg’s two main drags–Bedford and Berry–just a few blocks to McCarren Park and another few to the waterfront.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group