Depicted across media of all kinds from television to film to the magazine pages of Architectural Digest, loft living in the metropolis of NYC is iconic. Situated on the border of Bed-Stuy and Clinton Hill in a 1930's box factory, this nearly 1,200 SF, one bedroom loft provides many possibilities for its next dweller.
Presently configured as a one bedroom with an expansive living area plus sleeping loft and office nook; however, the open space could easily be customized to section a formal second bedroom or any variety of usages to suit. Original, maple, factory floors, oversized windows permitting natural illumination and soaring 11 ft ceilings complete the industrial aesthetic of the loft.
The kitchen is designed in a U-shape style with breakfast bar seating and a cut out to allow flow through the space, while outfitted with stainless steel appliances, maple shaker cabinetry with a walnut finish, Shivakashi Granite countertops, and a glass tile backsplash. The sizable bathroom contains both stand up shower and dual shower/soaking tub, floating vanity and a flush, mirrored medicine cabinet, all in a neutral palette.
We round out the unit with the most coveted feature of all, private outdoor space. Rear lot facing and accessible by living room and bedroom, this two tiered terrace offers fresh air, quiet enjoyment, sky gazing, outdoor grilling, dining al fresco or whatever your heart desires.
Storage will certainly be a breeze with cabinetry and overhead spaces for all your worldly possessions. Modern conveniences include in unit washer/dryer, central heat and air conditioning and video intercom. Common charges which include gas and heat as well as a tax abatement in place until 2025, represent hidden value.
Lot 58 Lofts is a pet friendly, 34 unit condominium circa 2008. Amenities include two, shared roof-decks with city views, an elevator, gym, bicycle storage, and package area. Accessible to the G, A and C subway system, Pratt Institute, Fort Greene Park and a weekly farmer's market, in addition to a cornucopia of restaurants, cafes and a burgeoning retail scene.