Futuristic trio of townhouses in Williamsburg hits the market for $6M each

Posted On Wed, September 28, 2022 By

Posted On Wed, September 28, 2022 By In Architecture, Brooklyn, Cool Listings, Williamsburg

All photos courtesy of Shannon Dupre of DDReps

Three curvy townhouse-style condos in Williamsburg hit the market this week. Designed by Murat Mutlu, the principal of the International Office of Architects (INOA) and former protégé of the late, legendary architect Zaha Hadid, 74-76 South Second Street is a trio of architecturally unique four-bedroom homes, measuring 3,800 square feet and situated behind a modern facade of concrete and steel. The unique homes, listed for $5,995,000 each, are topped with an entertaining-ready roof deck and an outdoor kitchen.

The development’s concrete and steel exterior is balanced by the lightness provided by terraced gardens, wide-plank hardwood floors, and black-finished wood cabinetry.

“These unique townhouses in Williamsburg are all about light and space. It’s unusual to see a townhouse with double-height ceilings and a full exterior glass wall, but the exquisite design from Murat Mutlu is so natural,” Deborah Rieders, exclusive sales agent at The Corcoran Group, said.

“With only three homes available, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for ultra-modern design enthusiasts to own a trophy property.”

The homes are characterized by their large curved windows, some of which span two floors in height, and full exterior glass walls. This essential design feature ensures that every room basks in an abundance of natural light.

Premium finishes are found in every bathroom and include luxury spa-like details. Each home is equipped with an oversized kitchen equipped with state-of-the-art appliances, modern finishes, and flexible storage space.

Private backyard gardens give residents a place of respite amongst lush greenery, with indoor and outdoor spaces blending seamlessly with one another.

Each home has its own private, glass-fenced roof deck that gives residents prime views of the East River and Manhattan skyline. Better yet, you can cook and enjoy a good meal using the roof’s built-out outdoor kitchen.

The townhouses are located a block away from Williamsburg’s waterfront and Domino Park, as well as the vast selection of dining, shopping, and music venues, found throughout the bustling neighborhood.


All photos courtesy of Shannon Dupre of DDReps

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