There’s a hot new loft available in Williamsburg’s coveted Gretsch Building, asking $2.5 million. The 1,832-square-foot corner apartment boasts three bedrooms and unobstructed views of the Manhattan and Williamsburg Bridges. Add to that soaring 13-foot beamed ceilings, imported custom cabinetry, high-end custom finishes and…well, just look at it. The place is to die for.
Enter the home to a trendy entertainment space lit up from oversized industrial windows. Australian Jarrah wood floors warm up the contemporary design, which includes a working fireplace and custom built-in stereo and lighting systems. An open chef’s kitchen has a 14.5-foot wide granite island, along with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances.
The three bedrooms are each situated directly off the main living space, with the spacious master suite boasting custom built-in closets and a sumptuous en suite bath with custom Italian stone, a six-foot Zuma soaking tub, and a marble and glass walk-in shower. The master and the second bedroom both benefit from the same excellent city views and oversized windows that the living space has. The third bedroom (or man cave) also has expansive windows and great closet space.
The Gretsch Musical Instrument factory was built in 1916 and converted into a luxury condominium at the beginning of the 21st century. Residents enjoy a landscaped roof deck, full-time doorman, on-site super, children’s playroom, bike room, and private storage. Its convenient location on one of Williamsburg’s main arteries puts it right in the middle of the action with critically acclaimed restaurants, bars and grocery stores a hop, skip, and a jump away.
Check out a gorgeous merging of two Gretsch units here.
Photos courtesy of Brick Real Estate
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg