This Williamsburg townhouse at 61 Withers Street has been outfitted with all kinds of bonuses. A recent reno brought skylights, custom built-in shelving — perfect for a surfboard collection — and a new kitchen. Then there’s 1,700 square feet of outdoor space and a commercial unit on the ground floor for some extra income to pay off that $2.69 million price tag. Finally, the zoning for this site allows a new buyer to expand the property, adding an extra 1,800 square feet.
The residential portion above the commercial floor is a 1,375-square-foot, three-bedroom and two-bathroom duplex. There are lots of wide-open spaces lit by skylights. The orb-like lighting in the dining and living area also helps the space feel bright.
Here’s a look at the renovated kitchen, which has custom cabinets and quartz countertops.
The master bedroom is located on the first floor of the duplex, with two more bedrooms on the level above. Each bedroom has a unique touch, whether it be exposed brick or built-in shelving or exposed ceiling beams.
From the kitchen, located on the top floor, you are led to a massive roof deck. There’s more than enough space for a sofa, searing, planters, and even a gazebo. This must look lovely in the summertime.
The ground-floor commercial space is now home to the company Withers and Grain, a custom furniture shop, but the listing says it’ll be delivered to a buyer vacant. The listing also offers a few ideas for incoming tenants, including a restaurant or bar, or suggests the buyer could use the space as an office or their own personal “bat cave.” A customized “cave” downstairs and a roof deck up top? Doesn’t sound so bad.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg