This Williamsburg loft at 337 Kent Avenue is what Brooklyn living is all about: spacious, filled with character, and begging for interesting use of wall space like creating artwork out of hanging clothing or accessories. This is what real New York looks like—and you just have to shell out $3,500 a month to experience it.
This 1,100-square-foot, well-lit loft has it all. The former warehouse has the perfect industrial vibe with exposed brick walls, hardwood floors, high ceilings, and large windows. It’s a studio, so the current setup has the bed getting most of the natural light by the windows, and a living room set up in the middle of the space. The open kitchen has everything you need and there’s even an adjacent spot for dining.
The prewar building is right by the water and just south of Bedford Avenue’s offerings. There’s a small park nearby, cafes and shops in the area, bike storage, and laundry in the building. And best of all, Fido is welcome here.
Photos courtesy of Ideal Properties
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg