149 Huron Street, a 30-unit Greenpoint condo building, was constructed in 2007 and is dominated by big windows and balconies on its facade. There is one unit up for sale in the building, a duplex, and it’s asking $1.2 million. Over 985 square feet and two floors you’ll find a big, towering window, lots of open space, a flexible floorplan and modern finishes.
This is one of the priciest apartments in the entire building, and the history of its price tag says a lot about how much Greenpoint has changed since 2007. The unit sold in 2009 for $560,037 and then was listed in 2012 for $629,000. It looks like it never sold back then, but now it’s trying its luck past the $1 million mark.
The first floor holds an open kitchen, living and dining room, one bedroom, a bathroom and a terrace. The living/dining room, of course, is notable for the double height, 15-foot ceilings and the big window that is streaming light into the space.
The kitchen’s been renovated and includes stainless steel appliances and white Caesarstone counters. Keep everything open and light–that looks to be the theme of this apartment!
Going upstairs, you’ve got another bedroom with its own balcony, pictured above. Although the balcony looks small, the room is large with some nice high ceilings. Also on this floor is another bathroom and an office space that looks down onto the open first floor. The listing suggests that the office could alternatively be used as a third bedroom.
The first floor terrace is downright charming. Besides the two outdoor spaces, this apartment is loaded with perks: there’s a washer and dryer on the second floor, central air conditioning, a video intercom and custom closets. But here’s the best perk of all…at least for a New Yorker who’s got a car. The price includes a deeded, covered parking space. But the question remains: Is the package all worth more than a mil?
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Photos courtesy of Corcoran
Neighborhoods : Greenpoint