- Elevator opens to directly into apartment
- Private outdoor space
- High ceilings (10 1/2 Feet) - Very open space!
- W/D in Apartment
- Apartment is 15+ feet above sidewalk, directly at tree-line and open views
- Private Storage Room
- LOWEST MONTHLIES IN BROOKLYN FOR THE SPACE!!
Open House By Appointment.
In the era of Covid, health safety and interior and exterior space are more important than ever! No dark and dingy long hallways, no highly trafficked lobby…take the keyed-elevator directly into the apartment and grab some fresh air on the private balcony! Plus very low monthlies!
Built in 1910, The Warehouse Condominium is conveniently located in the heart of Williamsburg! this newly offered lofty 2 bedrooms 1.5 bathrooms condominium is now for sale! This home has a large living/dining/kitchen area, that is perfect for sprawling out and ideal for daily living. The loft-like apartment has high beamed 10.5' ceilings, and over-sized windows facing east and west, welcoming all day direct natural light. The apartment offers Caeserstone counters, top-of-the-line stainless-steel appliances and includes a Bosch W/D. There is central air conditioning throughout the apartment.
You'll never run out of storage, as this apartment comes with the largest private storage room in the building that is deeded to the apartment, as well as 4 other very large storage closets throughout the apartment. There is a private balcony off of the living room that you can enjoy garden views, in addition to the furnished common roof deck offering spectacular open city views.
Built in 1910, The Warehouse Condominium is a 5-block walk to the waterfront, where you can find Domino Sugar Park, the NYC Ferry stop, 3 blocks from Bedford Avenue, which offer sought-after stores like Whole Foods, Apple Store, and restaurants like Maison Premiere, Marthas Country Bakery, Sweetgreen, Salt and Charcoal and Birds of a Feather. There are dozens of wonderful places in the neighborhood, including Peter Lugers, St. Anselm, Pies n Thighs, Fette Sau, and Walter Foods. The apartment is a short walk to the J/L/M trains.
Pets welcome, guarantors and co-signors welcomed, investors welcomed, and pied—terres welcomed.
DID YOU KNOW?
Roebling Street was named after John Roebling (1806-1869), the designer of the Brooklyn Bridge. Beforehand, it was simply called Sixth Street. It was renamed Roebling Street in 1885.