One of the big perks of many duplex apartments is that the layout allows for double-height ceilings. It’s a striking apartment detail, especially here at the hip Williamsburg condo 134 Powers Street. This apartment, asking $1,225 million, boasts double-height ceilings in the living room and since it’s a corner unit, gets light on all sides.
The apartment boasts two bedrooms over 1,205 square feet. Walking inside you’re led to the open living and dining area, with the double-height ceilings, oversized windows and hardwood maple floors. The current owners have taken full advantage of all that wall space for shelving and art.
The second floor is perched above the kitchen, where you can check the giant wall clock as you’re cooking. The open kitchen is outfitted with a microwave and dishwasher, glassy cabinet space and Ceaserstone countertops.
The master bedroom is downstairs, right off the kitchen. It’s got two closets which have been customized. (Other perks to this apartment include electric blinds.) The bathroom, next door to the bedroom, is super luxe: Calcutta Gold marble walls and countertop, double vanities, a glass-enclosed shower and deep soaking tub.
Up the stairs and you’re in the loft, which looks like a flexible space. It’s being used currently as an office and hang-out spot–there’s enough room for a couch and table up there–but it could also be outfitted as the second bedroom. Because it’s open to the living room below, you’re still getting tons of light streaming through. Having double the windows, we’d say, is never a bad thing.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Neighborhoods : Williamsburg