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Renovated Williamsburg townhouse with charming Italianate facade asks $2.4M

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It has a garden, a roof deck, and space for a home office

A living area with a dining table, several planters, white oak floors, and a staircase on the right side. Photos: Paul Widdowson of Zigna, courtesy of R New York

In Williamsburg, a sleek townhouse has hit the market, asking $2.4 million. The property, originally built in the early 20th century, got plenty of modern touches and additions after it was gut-renovated in 2014. (In case you’re curious, Brownstoner has photos and a description of what the house looked like before the renovation.)

The 2,100-square-foot property has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a large living room, space for a home office, a garden, and a roof deck with seating areas. It’s configured as an owner’s triplex with a unit on the garden level (with its own kitchen and bathroom). Some interior details include oak wood plank floors, seven closets, floor-to-ceiling windows, and beamed ceilings.

It’s located at 199 Devoe Street, between Humboldt Street and Woodpoint Road, near Cooper Park and the L train at Graham Avenue.

Taxes are $617/month. Ali Raza and Troy Gordon of R New York have the listing.

A brick facade.
The townhouse’s facade.
A kitchen with oak floors, white cabinetry, and an island in the middle.
The kitchen has white cabinetry.
A rooftop with several seating areas and a small wooden table.
Several seating areas in the rooftop.
A large bedroom with a bunk bed, blue walls, beamed ceilings, and white furniture.
A bedroom with beamed ceilings.
A bedroom with oak floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, a medium-sized bed, and white furniture.
One of the bedrooms has floor-to-ceiling windows.