Loft lovers dream in the heart of South Williamsburg with private outdoor space! Located in the highly sought after Smith-Gray Building, this authentic SoHo-like 925-square-foot loft features dramatic 11.5-foot wood-clad ceilings, newly refinished hardwood flooring throughout, and whitewashed brick walls from the Gilded Age. A gracious foyer features two large closets and leads to an open gallery hallway connecting the kitchen to the main great room. The enormous, 20-by-22-foot main room is amenable to a number of configurations with ample space for a sleeping area, living room area, dining area, and dressing area. An oversized window and a double glass sliding door bathe the space in natural light from the east throughout the day. A large glass globe chandelier hangs above the space and provides a warm ambiance. Off of the great room, a private balcony provides exposure to open skies where one can enjoy their cup of coffee in the morning or a glass of wine underneath the stars in the evening. At the opposite end of the loft, a large open kitchen features abundant wood cabinetry, granite countertops, a breakfast bar, and stainless appliances including a gas range and a new dishwasher.
Smith, Gray & Co. Building combines Old World charm with modern luxuries including central heat and air conditioning, laundry rooms on every floor, and video intercom security and package management. Additional outdoor space is accessible for all residents including a central courtyard with BBQs, and a common furnished roof deck with 360 views, providing residents with abundant options for outdoor entertainment and enjoyment. This architecturally striking cast-iron building, constructed in 1884, is situated near the waterfront in Brooklyn's most desirable and hip neighborhood. The vibrant surroundings offer world-class dining, from legends like Peter Luger Steak House and alongside fantastic boutique shopping and notable brand names like Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Starbucks, and the Apple Store.
Transportation options into the city are abundant, including the J/M/Z trains, multiple bus lines, the East River Ferry nearby, and the Bedford L train 12 minutes away. All trains are just one stop to Manhattan, making this Brooklyn location incredibly convenient for an easy commute into the city.