Welcome back to Tuesday Townhouse: A look at a new-to-market townhouse that is rocking our world. Today we venture to Williamsburg.
This week's townhouse of note is 293 Grand Street in Williamsburg, a 6,500 3BR, 3BA building with a terrace and a balcony. The ground floor commercial space is currently home to an art gallery with "museum quality" track lighting (and a kitchen). How much for your own personal MoMA? $3.6 million, or $553 per square foot. Compare: the most expensive sale in Williamsburg over the past year was a house at 502 Lorimer Street, which sold in March for $1.683 million, or $438 per square foot. Oh, and there's also this, from 293 Grand's listing prose: "Each floor has new Tripolmer Foam Insulation which is the gold standard for sound abatement, so party away!!!" Priceless?
The art gallery:
The back yard: