This Clinton Hill loft has both a Manhattan feel–huge swaths of exposed brick paired with a boho-industrial aesthetic–and address–95 Lexington Avenue. The one-bedroom unit is far from its Kips Bay counterpart in both geography and price, however, asking $1.1 million for approximately 1,011 square feet and a short walk to the G, A, and C trains.
Highlights of the airy unit include a full wall of southeastern windows, high ceilings, exposed brick, and an industrial door. There’s also an in-unit washer dryer, video intercom system, and central heat and air. While the unit is currently configured in an open format, there’s an adorable nook allowing for potential conversion to a two-bedroom or the creation of a home office.
The current bedroom setup is quaint, private, and clean, with space to spare.
The building boasts an elevator, common roof deck, basement storage and a temporary tax abatement keeping monthly taxes to around $90 a month. Common charges are in the range of $495. The first showing for the property is Sunday, March 11th.
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Photos courtesy of the Corcoran Group
Tags : 95 Lexington Avenue
Neighborhoods : Clinton Hill