Gorgeous Renovated Loft in Williamsburg’s Mill Building Asks $2.7M

Posted On Wed, January 7, 2015 By

Posted On Wed, January 7, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Williamsburg

There’s an exquisite loft in Williamsburg’s historic Mill Building available for $2.65 million. The one-bedroom stunner stands out from the rest with sumptuous upgrades contrasted with original detail like restored wide-plank floors and prewar beams. True, some of the fun, quirky elements—like the Warhol-esque paintings on the red wall and the trendy furniture—don’t come with the condo, but it’s still the perfect blend of character and luxury.

85-103 North 3rd Street, Mill Building, renovated historic loft

The renovated chef’s kitchen has custom cabinets and high-end appliances, while both bathrooms feature upgraded stone and frameless glass showers. The living and dining room areas are currently separated by a walk-through master closet with custom built-ins. However, the addition can be easily removed to create one large living space. And to top it all off, residents and guests can enjoy southern views, including the Williamsburg Bridge.

85-103 North 3rd Street, Mill Building, renovated historic loft

The south-facing master suite also boasts bridge views as well as an en suite with gorgeous double vanities and an original six-foot Toto soaking tub.

85-103 North 3rd Street, Mill Building, renovated historic loft

The Mill Building has been a staple of Northside Williamsburg since its early 20th century beginnings. Located right in the heart of the bustling neighborhood, residents can enjoy all the area’s trendy hot spots along with building perks like a fulltime doorman, parking garage and common roof deck.

[Listing: 85-103 North 3rd Street by Chris Varjan of Blackstone Properties]

Photos courtesy of Blackstone Properties

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Neighborhoods : Williamsburg



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