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.
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.
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.
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.
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Photos courtesy of CORE
Tags : 80 Metropolitan Avenue
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg