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In Williamsburg, a gorgeous townhouse with minimalist finishes asks $3.7M

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The three-story townhouse was built in 1881 and is part of Williamsburg’s Fillmore Historic District

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Located in Williamsburg’s Fillmore Historic District, this gorgeous, three-story townhouse is now on the market for $3.7 million. This 136-year-old house recently underwent a renovation and has been converted into a single-family home.

The red brick house opens up into a massive living room which comes with a double height ceiling that soars to 19 feet, four large windows that look out on to the street, exposed brick walls painted white, and a custom-built wood-burning fireplace.

The kitchen is located on the rear end of the townhouse on the ground floor, and comes fitted with countertops made with Pietra Cardosa stone. The kitchen also has appliances by Wolf, SubZero, and Bosch, because of course a swanky townhouse would.

The second floor is done up as a library, and features one of the four bedrooms in the house as well. The master suite is located on the top floor, and has access to a large dressing room, and windowed bathroom en-suite. Also on this floor is the house’s laundry room, and an additional bedroom, which comes fitted with two skylights.

The basement here has a guest room, a large recreation room, an additional bathroom, and space for extra storage. Aside from all that, the townhouse features radiant heating in all bathrooms, a built-in speakers, and an intercom.