Welcome home to residence 2E at 338 Berry Street, a former factory converted to a full-service, 60-unit loft condominium. Perfectly located in the heart of Williamsburg's south side, only moments away from the brand new Domino waterfront park, this 815-square-foot residence is the largest one-bedroom in the building and the first E line available for resale since the project's original sellout. Defining features of this stunning property include 12-foot ceilings, a key-locked elevator with direct entry into the unit, massive windows facing east and stunning architectural details authentic to the original structure.
The E line is the only floor plan in the building with direct elevator access into the home, making this apartment truly unique. Enter into the space and immediately one experiences the dramatic 12-foot ceilings and exposed concrete beams. The sun-blasted great room is perfect for entertaining with separate living and dining, a beautifully designed open island kitchen with a breakfast bar, Danby marble countertops and backsplash, white lacquer custom cabinetry with bronze pulls, tons of storage and a fully integrated, state-of-the-art appliance package. The 11'9'' x 10' bedroom can accommodate a king size bed, has two closets and is adjacent to the luxurious bathroom featuring hexagon tiles, a custom corian vanity, a stainless steel mirrored medicine cabinet, a soaking tub with a built-in niche and additional wall mounted storage. Additional features of 2E include wide plank oak floors, in-unit washer/dryer, central air conditioning, solid core doors, custom window treatments and beautifully fabricated Italian closets throughout.
338 Berry is a full-service condominium with low carrying costs, a live-in resident manager, a doorman seven days a week from 7 AM to 11 PM, a fitness center, bike storage, cold storage, pet spa, ground floor communal garden with a fire pit and an eighth floor roof deck and resident lounge. 338 Berry is six minutes from the J, M, Z trains, eleven minutes to the L train, moments from the ferry and just three blocks from Brooklyn's newest and most exciting green space, Domino Park.