Find yourself enveloped in light and surrounded by sky the moment you step in the door of this dramatic and dynamic true industrial loft condo space. With North and West corner exposures, floor to ceiling casement windows, soaring 13 ceilings, and private outdoor space (a rarity for a true loft!) youll be remiss to find something as spacious and stylish as this anywhere else in Brooklyn. Dont miss the dramatic black hardwood floors and sculpturally significant exposed concrete pillars. The exposed ductwork throughout gives this loft an air of authenticity, but also provides central heating and cooling for the ultimate in efficient temperature control. While the current owner uses the 1,182 square foot loft as an open space with two elevated areas - one for sleeping, the second for musical pursuits with exceptional views -- this apartment could easily be converted into a 2-bedroom with room to spare. And, it has a private outdoor balcony with skyline views. Some of the most remarkable things about this loft are the small details designed and curated by its current owner: a full wall wrapped in Jerusalem stone, floor-to-ceiling bookshelves featuring reclaimed metal piping and wood (a nod to the lofts industrial past and an homage to its Brooklyn-chic present), mid-century modern Venetian glass overhead lighting and sconces, and oversized burled solid wood doors with aged leather pulls on closet and bathroom doors. In the kitchen youll find granite countertops and a soothing mosaic backsplash with hues of blue and gray, as well as a Frigidaire fridge and a 5-burner range and stove. A double sink and a distressed blackened brass faucet complete the package. A spacious full bathroom is a study in the perfect pairing of black and white, with subway tile on its walls, a deep soaking Jacuzzi tub, a pedestal sink, and oversized floor tiles with a rusted patina. A second bathroom could easily be added in the neighboring walk-in closet. Storage space is significant throughout, with the aforementioned walk-in closet near the entry way, and two more large closets crafted of wood that flank a built-in desk for the perfect work at home situation. An oversized vented LG washer and dryer are tucked in yet another closet nearby. This loft has been extremely well-kept, and is in mint condition. It is located in The Chocolate Factory, a 1947 former factory converted to condos in 2003. Situated where Bed-Stuy and Williamsburg meet, the neighborhood bustles with creative energy. Known for its artistic residents and its awe-inspiring rooftop outdoor space (with a rooftop gym surrounded by glass and panoramic views of Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Queens, and a lush succulent garden), this is a space both tranquil and dramatic where you will find yourself right at home. Move right-in as is, or craft this oversized space to your own needs. Enjoy multiple subway lines and award-winning restaurants and shops in every direction.