190 South 1st Street · 8-B Williamsburg

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  • LISTING ID: P1946731
  • BUILDING OWNERSHIP: Condo
  • BUILDING AGE: Post-war
  • UNITS IN BUILDING: N/A
  • STORIES: 13
  • PETS: Pets Allowed
  • FURNISHED: N/A
  • Amenities:
  • Air Conditioning, Balcony

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High Floor Studio Condo with Spacious Balcony and Breathtaking Views!

This south facing studio apartment sits perfectly at the crossroads of luxury and efficiency while offering private outdoor space and open city views.
The uniquely designed recessed alcove perfectly fits your queen size bed while giving you separation between your living and sleeping space.
The open kitchen, which is adorned in custom Italian grey lacquer cabinetry, Caeserstone sleek concrete countertops and backsplash, is open to the living room and is outfitted with a Bosch appliance package which includes oven, four-burner cooktop, and dishwasher. The fully integrated Leibherr refrigerator and freezer with ice maker and Kohler under mount stainless steel sink completes the sleek kitchen.
The windowed spa bath is complete with extra deep soaking tub, custom Italian ceramic tiled baths and flooring, Koehler sink and Grohe fixtures throughout including the DreamSpray shower heads.
There are 6 inch smoky oak engineered hardwood floors throughout, central heating and air, and a Bosch washer dryer in the apartment.

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7.5% to outside Broker

This is a Post-war Mid-Rise home located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. This home has 500 sqft with Studio, 1 bathrooms and was built in 2016.


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  • Bicycle Room
  • Courtyard
  • Fitness Room
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Laundry Room
  • Lounge
  • Private Storage
  • Full-Time Doorman
  • Doorman
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