Lofty two-bedroom Williamsburg pad with massive windows asks $1.395M

Posted On Tue, December 13, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, December 13, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Williamsburg

This two-bedroom condo comes from 80 Metropolitan Avenue, which you might mistake for a converted warehouse. But this blue brick building with punched, multi-paned windows was actually constructed in 2009 in the loft style that’s popular around Williamsburg. From the inside of this apartment, 10-foot ceilings, huge windows and wood floors make it hard to tell the difference between old and new. The condo first hit the market this fall for $1.435 million and now the ask is down to $1.395 million.

80 metropolitan avenue, condo, core nyc

80 metropolitan avenue, condo, core nyc

You enter into an open living room, dining room and kitchen, lined with one massive multi-paned window. Living in a new loft means more luxury finishes: Lapacho hardwood floors, Caesarstone countertops and a marble backsplash in the kitchen, not to mention white lacquer and glass cabinetry, as well as a dishwasher, garbage disposal and washer/dryer.

80 metropolitan avenue, condo, core nyc

80 metropolitan avenue, condo, core nyc

The two bedrooms are located on either side of the living room. The master has its own customized walk-in closet and an en-suite bathroom with a double vanity. There are actually customized closets throughout the apartment.

80 metropolitan avenue, condo, core nyc

80 metropolitan avenue, condo, core nyc

The large windows of the apartment offer views of Manhattan, and the building has a zen garden roof deck to enjoy the full skyline. Other amenities here include an indoor pool, fitness center, yoga room, lounge, 24-hour doorman, a private parking garage and a bike room. Check out the gallery for some photos of the building perks.

[Listing: 80 Metropolitan Avenue, #4S by Win Brown for CORE]

[Via CityRealty]

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