This $2M Bed-Stuy loft in a 1930s box factory has a huge terrace and sweeping views

Posted On Fri, October 29, 2021 By

Posted On Fri, October 29, 2021 By In Bed Stuy, Cool Listings

Photos courtesy of NestSeekers International

This three-bedroom duplex at 105 Lexington Avenue on the western side of Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood is a genuine loft in a 1930s box factory, complete with details like maple factory floors, century-old exposed brick, and an original freight elevator. Asking $1,995,000, the 1,818-square-foot condominium has thoroughly modern finishes, a private terrace, and amenities.

The south-facing apartment has an open floor plan and high ceilings befitting a classic loft. All-day sunshine hits all three floors through oversized windows and a skylit sunroom.

An updated kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, trendy terrazzo countertops, and plenty of cabinet space. There is also a central heating and cooling system, in-unit laundry, and a video intercom system.

Three large sun-filled bedrooms include a king-sized main bedroom with an en-suite bath and a separate dressing area. The loft has abundant closet space–often in short supply in a loft. There’s also overhead storage for larger items.

A spiral stair connects all three levels. Above the top floor is a bi-level roof deck, with plenty of space for entertaining and gardening in season.

Amenities at this pet-friendly 38-unit condominium building among the brownstones of Bed-Stuy include two communal roof decks with stunning city views, an elevator, a gym, basement storage, bicycle storage, and a package area. There is also a tax abatement in place until 2025.

[Listing details: 105 Lexington Avenue, 4C at CityRealty]

[At NestSeekers by Gibraan Ali and Raizy Mandel]


Photos courtesy of NestSeekers International

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