Williamsburg townhouse offers a unique live/work solution for $4.5M
Located in a prime Williamsburg location one block away from the water, this townhouse at 64 East 4th Street is a catch with an asking price of $4,495,000. The four-floor home was gut renovated a few years ago and boasts a slew of modern amenities: a top-of-the-line kitchen, a home gym, and a beautiful garden. Best of all, the entire top floor is a ready-to-go office, making this an exciting opportunity for those seeking a live/work solution.
The kitchen is directly on your right when you enter the parlor floor. The thoughtful renovation combines sleek modern lines with the home’s original details. A tin ceiling shines with a coat of fresh white paint, while custom walnut and gray matte lacquer cabinetry designed by Henrybuilt provide sleek storage options and plenty of pantry space. There’s also a built-in bar and a Lacanche five-burner range with a triple oven. The owners brought in antiqued wide-plank Chestnut salvaged from a Virginia barn for the floors, giving the space a subtle rustic touch.
Next to the kitchen is a dining room with space to fit at least eight seats. The open plan of the parlor floor makes it ideal for entertaining—and those three ovens we mentioned earlier should also help! A couple of steps up from the dining room is an elevated living room featuring a glass curtain wall that overlooks the landscaped garden below. One of the glass panels doubles as the door to a small terrace and staircase leading to the garden.
On the garden level, you’ll find a bedroom and a home gym. The bedroom has private access to the garden and a luxurious en-suite bathroom complete with a dressing room, a polished concrete shower, and soaking tub. The current gym could easily be converted into a bedroom, bringing the home’s total up to three.
The master bedroom is on the third floor and it, too, has a beautiful bathroom clad in Carrara marble.
The entire fourth floor is organized as an open office, with desk space available for multiple computers, a small library, and a meeting area.
Listing images courtesy of the Corcoran Group