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Who can say no to this light-filled loft apartment in Williamsburg featuring 12' (3.6m) ceilings, modern accessories, a rooftop terrace AND private rooftop access, as well as an extra mezzanine sleeping area? Located in one of New York City’s trendiest neighborhoods, it provides a comfortable living space within an active and artsy community. Additionally, it is just 3 easy subway stops from Manhattan on one of the most convenient subway lines in the city!
This one bedroom (plus sleeping mezzanine) apartment is located on Humboldt Street & Powers Street in Brooklyn, New York. It is on the top floor of a four-story (considered three-story in Europe) walk-up building. For your comfort and privacy, a intercom system is in place.
Bright and modern, this NYC accommodation with high-loft ceilings offers hard wood flooring, large windows and a furnished private terrace. Stairs lead to a mezzanine (living room 2) furnished as a second sleeping area (please note that the ceilings are 5'5'' here -- about 1.6m). Additional stairs lead to private rooftop access.
In the living room, brightly colored contemporary artwork hangs from white walls. Large windows allow natural sunlight to illuminate the space. One leather brown sofa and two blazing red chairs accommodate guest seating. One large flat-screen cable television provides indoor entertainment. Here, sliding glass doors open to a terrace furnished with patio equipment, allowing an at-home outdoor dining experience. One small wooden dining table with six modern dining chairs is also supplied within the living room. The outdoor terrace looks out onto the lively NYC landscape.
An open kitchen incorporates stainless steel appliances (including dishwasher), ample cabinet space, and granite counter tops ideal for convenient food preparation. A tiled bathroom includes one tub/shower with curtain and fresh towels.
The master bedroom embraces a chic and elegant atmosphere. Here, white walls surround a brown leather full-sized bed and colorful artwork adds a dash of vibrant color to the space. A 12' tall window incorporates a door leading onto the lower level terrace. One full sized mirror and night table are included. A large closet offers item storage space.
The mezzanine sleeping (labeled Living Room 2 in photos) area is accessed via stairs. One small window ventilates the space. One single-sized bed and chair are provided. Dresser drawers accommodate item storage.
On the roof, a second terrace is available. From here you can look down to the Brooklyn streets below, and out to the city skyline, seeing the lights and bridges of Manhattan and Long Island City.
Williamsburg, Brooklyn has quickly become one of the most talked about neighborhoods in New York. With a recent influx of young artists and entrepreneurs, it has grown a popular nightlife and arts/music scene. Being so close to Manhattan, why would you choose to live anywhere else? Listed below are some suggestions of what to do in the area.
- Graham Avenue: a local thoroughfare one street to the west with more than its share of excellent dining. Go to the NYTimes rated Gwynnett Street to celebrate a special evening or grab Thai and an excellent happy hour at Sage. Brunch is popular at Sel de Mer, Mesa Coyoacan, Waffle and Wolf and The Blue Stove! Many traditional Italian delis are also here, you have to try a sub at least once!
- Grand Street: a little over a block south (120m), this street is the best spot for daily needs: it has two supermarkets, a gym, many small convenience shops and a wide variety of bars, from casual dining spots to cocktail lounges like Huckleberry Bar.
- Bedford Area: a pleasant stroll or two subway stops down, you will find this area brimming with boutiques and entertainment options, from concert venues on Kent Avenue to three movie cinemas (check out Nitehawk to enjoy an entrée with your film choice!). McCarren Park is great for summer movies and people watching.
The nearest subway stations serve the L line, a particularly useful line that runs through Bushwick, East Williamsburg and Williamsburg proper to 14th Street in Manhattan, where it connects to all the other major lines. You can walk three blocks (about 300m) in either direction, and choose between the Graham Avenue and Metropolitan Avenue stop or the Grand Street and Bushwick Avenue stop. From Graham Avenue, you will be in the East Village in 3 stops!
Apartment floor plans in this site are not drawn to scale. They are an indication of the general layout and are intended as a guide only. Nothing contained in them should be considered to be an exact blueprint or statement of fact or warranty.