If you’re on the hunt for a modern condo unit (and aren’t shopping on a strict budget), Williamsburg is one Brooklyn neighborhood that is full of them. Here’s the top-floor unit at 317 South 4th Street, a boutique condo with four total units—a two-bedroom, two-bathroom on the market for $1.45 million. The floor-through apartment has all modern finishes, lots of glass, a private balcony and even a 700-square-foot roof garden.
The apartment spans about 1,160 square feet, and has a design best characterized as sleek and bright. Upon entering through the foyer, there’s an open kitchen and living room, which’ll give you access to the balcony. According to the listing, there’s enough space for both seating and landscaping out there.
The eat-in kitchen is outfitted with fancy appliances, a mosaic glass tile backsplash, Caesarstone countertops and Kohler fixtures. The center island is big enough to serve as a quasi dinner table—there isn’t a designated dining area. Adjacent glass doors to the kitchen, which lead out to the patio, bring in tons of light.
Move south through the unit and you’ve got a laundry room, one bathroom, and both bedrooms. The master bedroom comes with a big walk-in closet and a renovated master bathroom.
Right above you is the icing on the cake for this apartment—the private roof deck. It’s big enough to seat 12 and can fit a grill and garden to boot. The current owners have done an incredible job decorating it, with fun lighting, a table, lounge chairs, greenery, even a couch. As the listing says, “This rooftop is made equally for entertaining or as your private oasis.” We’ll take it as our private oasis, thank you very much.
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Neighborhoods : Williamsburg