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255 Berry St 3B, New York, NY 11249

Listing Details:
$4,400 Price
Rental Property Type
-- Neighborhood
2 Beds
2 Baths
1,000 Approx. Sq. Ft.
Key Features:
Allows Pets
Unit Laundry

Perched on the corner of Berry & Grand Street, at Williamsburg's North & Southside border, is 130 Grand Street; A 5-story, fourteen unit building. The elevation is striking, with long black window frames set in red brick, a glass encased rounded corner, and noticeable penthouses, with oversized flanking terraces. Residencies 2B and 3B are now available for occupancy.

These units offers excellent benefits to it's occupants, with a large floor plan defined by 10 foot ceiling, picturesque floor to ceiling windows, peaking westward towards Manhattan, and plenty of closet space for clothing and storage. In the homes you'll find two bedrooms, with one as the clear throne, where extra space, a double closet, and en-suite bathroom are a nice bonus. Regardless of the master's extra umph, both bedrooms can comfortably fit queen sized beds, and are conveniently located at opposite ends of the home, offering a little extra privacy when occupied by roomies. Do note, the full array of appliances & extras include a Fisher & Paykel fridge, stainless steel appliances including dishwasher, large granite islands, stacked washer/dryers, and large bathrooms with deep soaking tubs.

One might say that the location of this property simply can't be beat. From the corner of Grand and Berry a resident can head in any direction, to find a seemingly endless supply of truly outstanding eateries, or bars, or shopping, or the Apple store, Whole Foods, many banks ... you get the point. Williamsburg is no longer dependent on Manhattan. The Burg is a cultural incubator, where an energetic collective of new yorkers have inherited a creative haven, established by a hipster movement. So, L-train Woes ? No ... we don't need Manhattan anymore, and if we do, it won't be so bad to add a few minutes to a commute across the ferry during the summer, or G train to the 7 during snowy days...and the JMZ isn't far either. For car owners, there is 1 parking spot left.

Listing courtesy of Brick & Mortar LLC

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