Featuring a terrace on the main level, plus a duplex private roof deck that is the same basic footprint as the entire two bedroom home.
Live a Bed-Stuy life that is light and bright from this top floor, 967 SF two-bedroom, two-bath home with a 941 SF duplexed private roof top above that boasts sweeping, 180-degree views of Manhattan and Brooklyn with ample entertaining space. On the main level, the living room opens out onto a sun-soaked terrace; and golden, eastern sun floods all of the rooms. The open plan kitchen features a muted color palette of gray Caesarstone countertops and pale gray cabinetry with stainless steel appliances, including a five-burner range, and a Blomberg refrigerator with freezer drawers below.
The primary bedroom currently accommodates a king bed, and the en-suite master bathroom is clad in Nero Marquina-style porcelain with a double sink vanity and large walk-in shower. The secondary bathroom has a combination 5-piece shower and soaking tub and is finished with Gazini porcelain.
The home features 10-foot ceilings throughout and wide-plank oak floors. There is a Bosch washer/dryer, and the dual-zone climate system utilizes linear diffusers for perfect dispersion of air and heat.
The elevator building is designed by Issac and Stern Architects with a virtual doorman and package system, bike storage room, and regular superintendent.