The owner/designer of this distinctively renovated, top floor, sun-drenched one-bedroom has been featured in the Sunday New York Times Real Estate section. The entire Penthouse apartment has been upgraded with attention to every detail – including a dual zone smart climate control system and a built-in Sonos speaker system with 2 flat-screen TVs.
A handsome foyer welcomes you to the open concept main room. The renovated kitchen area features a deluxe Bertazzoni stove and Bosch dishwasher, a sleek custom steel and glass island with room for dining, as well as additional custom cabinetry with outlets. The living room features sealed exposed brick, two southern facing windows with expansive views, and custom wallpaper.
In the bedroom, an unobstructed view of City College and the landmarked YMCA building brings the wow factor. The custom designed closet and office area makes sure that every inch of the room is maximized with enough room to fit a king-size bed.
The bathroom design has also been featured in the New York Times. Other highlights of the home include hardwood flooring, custom lighting throughout, Hunter-Douglas honeycomb window shades, and a separate storage unit.
Originally constructed in 1940, St. Ann Court was converted into a condominium comprised of studio and one-bedroom units. Building amenities include a live-in super, bike storage, 24-hour gym, laundry room and beautiful rear courtyard. Conveniently located three blocks from the 2, 3 express subway lines and several bus lines. It is also near the 4, 5, C, B subway lines and some of the most sought-after restaurants in the city.