For the first time, Williamsburg’s ‘House on a Roof’ hits the market for $3M
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For the first time, Williamsburg’s ‘House on a Roof’ hits the market for $3M

May 11, 2018

Offered by the original owners, this truly one-of-a-kind penthouse atop Williamsburg’s Mill Building has been dubbed the “House on the Roof,” but it could easily be mistaken as a luxurious mountaintop chalet. The red-roofed two-bedroom penthouse is wrapped in glass that opens to a massive rooftop terrace complete with a full kitchen setup. And it’s now asking $2.85 million.

The open layout is currently designed as a two-bedroom with a large living area, dining room and state-of-the-art chef’s kitchen, but it could easily be changed to be more loft-like with one bedroom and additional open space.

House on the Roof, 85 North 3rd Street, Mill Building

The dramatic great room opens directly onto a massive south- and west-facing deck with a folding wall of glass. The almost 1,500-square foot-outdoor space has a brand new fully equipped outdoor kitchen and grill, large elevated dining area, and a lounge area.

A large underground parking space with an elevator to your private floor is available to buy with the unit. The Mill building has a 24-hour doorman and offers convenient access to stores like Whole Foods, the Apple Store, and a soon-to-open Trader Joe’s.

Get an even better look at this rare rooftop penthouse in the video below:

[Listing: 85 North 3rd Street, Unit PH by Christine Blackburn, Lior Barak, Stephen Fillipponi, Mat Gundell, and Tatiana Gorelick of Compass]

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All images courtesy of Compass

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