This $2.25M East Williamsburg ‘Swiss chalet’ townhouse is a chic modern home inside

Posted On Wed, August 3, 2022 By

Posted On Wed, August 3, 2022 By In Cool Listings, Williamsburg

Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman

It’s fairly rare to see a townhouse on the market in East Williamsburg, and when they pop up, they’re often as unique as their most recent owners. This single-family townhouse at 8 Sharon Street, asking $2,250,000, is a compact single-family home that’s quirky on the outside–complete with front porch and Tudor styling. Inside, the 1,890-square-foot 1949 townhouse has freshly-renovated stylish interiors ready for family living, including a private parking space.

Renovated in 2018, the home’s original detailing has been carefully preserved. A full garden-level suite makes a perfect in-law or guest refuge. Past a well-tended park-facing front lawn, step onto a furnished front porch that’s as unusual as it is adorable. This rare city refuge is perfect for morning coffee or evening cocktails.

An open floor plan combines living and dining rooms. A stylishly renovated kitchen done in black and cool wood features quartz countertops, new appliances, and custom cabinetry by Semi Handmade. The HVAC has been updated with natural gas heating and zoned AC.

Upstairs are three bright, airy bedrooms. Steel-framed windows open onto treetop views.

The primary suite features a large walk-in closet. Bathrooms are elegant and functional, with modern fixtures.

The furnished garden-level suite currently contains a home office, playroom, and full bath. The bathroom in this charming suite boasts original Mediterranean-style tile.

That coveted urban perk–a parking space–is just outside the back door. The townhouse occupies a corner just across from–and with views of–Williamsburg’s Cooper Park. Roughly 1,900 additional square feet can be built above the property’s existing two floors for future expansion plans.

[Listing details: 8 Sharon Street at CityRealty]

[At Douglas Elliman by Alexandra Saltiel]


Photo courtesy of Douglas Elliman

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