Industrial-chic Williamsburg loft in a 1914 shoe polish factory asks $3.2M

Posted On Wed, February 1, 2017 By

Posted On Wed, February 1, 2017 By In Cool Listings, Williamsburg

Another big bi-level loft is for sale in the Esquire Lofts, one of Williamsburg‘s more iconic factory condo conversion buildings. Built in 1914, the former shoe polish factory at 330 Wythe Avenue offers the essence of loft living with 2,146 square feet of open space with the added bonus of the waterfront neighborhood’s direct views of the East River and the Manhattan skyline. Currently configured with two bedrooms, the space could sleep three or four. It’s currently on the market (for the first time as a resale) for $3.195 million.

Complementing those views are a lower/main level with 18-foot ceilings, exposed brick and poured concrete floors, a chef’s kitchen with a large butcher-block island (sadly not shown) and custom-designed lighting pieces that can be purchased with the apartment.

On the home’s mezzanine level are the master bedroom and bath, plus an office nook and plenty of closet space cleverly tucked into an otherwise-unused corner. Additional modern comforts include central A/C and a washer/dryer.

The building offers a common terrace and garden, a large laundry room and parking; the prime ‘Burg condo also boasts low common charges and real estate taxes.

[Listing: 330 Wythe Avenue #6J by Maurice Singer and Cory Kantin for Corcoran Group]

[At CityRealty.com]

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