For $3M, this Williamsburg townhouse was designed as an airy artist’s home

Posted On Fri, July 31, 2020 By

Posted On Fri, July 31, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Williamsburg

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At first look, you might assume that this townhouse at 580 Driggs Avenue in North Williamsburg is new construction, but it was actually built in 1899 and completely gut renovated inside and out in 2019. The “custom artist’s home,” as the listing calls it, was designed as “an airy open layout and plenty of room to spread out, work from home, or relax on the roof deck or in the garden.” Listed for $2,950,000, it’s just over 2,300 square feet and has four bedrooms.

The garden-level entrance opens into a foyer, which then leads to the open living/dining room and kitchen.

From the kitchen, you can access the backyard.

The second floor holds a study/family room/studio and one bedroom. A shared bathroom comes with a wet room and deep soaking tub.

On the third floor is the second bedroom and the master suite, which has a walk-in closet and a small balcony. A shared bath has a skylight and a claw-foot tub.

Head to the rooftop, where the entryway conveniently holds a wet bar with a sink and fridge. Outside there’s a custom-made trellis and gorgeous neighborhood views.

[Listing: 580 Driggs Avenue by Lior Barak, Christine Blackburn, and Mat Gundell of Compass]

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