Quirky Cabin-Like Home with Tons of Outdoor Space Is Up for Rent in Williamsburg

Posted On Thu, May 28, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, May 28, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Interiors, Quirky Homes, Williamsburg

This 2,000-square-foot three-bedroom Williamsburg duplex is a lot of things: It’s cool, kooky, rustic and a little beachy, too. Some nice interior details have been paired with a fun, smart design. The listing calls this a “city meets country oasis,” and with all the exposed wood, we’d have to agree. It all makes for a special pad with a killer outdoor patio and garden. If you fall in love with it, it’s now on the market for $7,995 a month.

49 South 1st Street, Williamsburg, townhouse

The beautiful living room comes with a wood-burning fireplace (with its own log storage space), built-in wood cabinetry, and oak plank flooring. The adorable dog really completes the rustic farmhouse vibe.

49 South 1st Street, Williamsburg, Townhouse

The dining room opens up into the renovated kitchen, outfitted with fancy appliances and, of course, a farmhouse sink. The french doors lead out to the private backyard space.

49 South 1st Street, Williamsburg, townhouse

49 South 1st Street

The wood detailing carries into the bedrooms as well. In the master bedroom, the surfboard decor offers more of a beachy atmosphere. There’s also, very curiously, a working bathtub tucked in the corner.

49 South 1st Street, Brooklyn, Williamsburg

The outdoor space is really the star of the property. We love the patio, with its cozy, built-in sunroom. A brick outdoor fireplace and barbecue is also included in the patio design.

49 South 1st Street, patio, Williamsburg

49 South 1st Street, Williamsburg

Beyond the patio, you have enough room for lounge chairs, a table, and plenty of greenery. Plantings include an oak and an evergreen tree, rose and hydrangea bushes and leafy hostas. Walls of ivy surround the outdoor property. It’s hard to think of a better place to throw an outdoor soiree!

[Listing: 49 South 1st Street #1 by Greg Morris of Momo Acquisition Group]

Images courtesy of Momo Acquisition Group


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  • timkeating

    Unfortunately, as I would expect, that patio looks like it’s made with wood logged from tropical rainforests. As well, much of the wood on the house could be, too. This is a material of choice for designers and architects, and they are helping to drive Earth’s rainforests to extinction. So when the author writes “a killer patio and garden”, I wonder if they knew that was literal? Perhaps 6sqft would be interested in highlighting something other than uber-expensive rentals and condos that are responsible for so much rainforest destruction?



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