A 1,920-square-foot Williamsburg condo, described by the brokers as a “R-E-A-L, Palatial, Old School Brooklyn Loft,” has just listed for $2.9 million. The unit is located in a prewar building with five floors and 17 units, between Berry Street and Bedford Avenue.
Recently fully renovated, the industrial condo loft has two bedrooms, three bathrooms, seven triple-paned windows with exposure to north and east views, 10-foot-high ceilings, brushed birch hardwood floors, original wooden beams, custom built-in closets, and exposed brick.
The prewar condo sits in front of McCarren Park, a couple of blocks from the East River State Park, and among popular restaurants and shops including Missy Robbins’s Lilia a block away on Union Avenue, a Shake Shack outpost on Berry Street, Brooklyn Brewery, and a Whole Foods on Bedford Avenue. The North Williamsburg ferry stop and stations for the L and G trains are also easily accessible.
The building has a an elevator and a common roof that boasts views to the New York City skyline, on its fifth floor. Common charges will run $717/month, with taxes at $765/month.
The loft is located at 119 North 11th Street. Evan F. Church, Marvin Chu, and Chris Cavorti of Corcoran have the listing.