This is the Williamsburg loft you have been looking for! This massive split 2 bedroom home offers the best of Brooklyn with dramatic NYC skyline and river views. The Gretsch steeped in history where musical instruments were produced beginning in 1916 offers unique loft-like homes. Upon entering 10H you are transfixed by soaring beamed ceilings throughout with sweeping Brooklyn, Manhattan, River and Bridge views from every room. Personalized upgrades include additional lighting which enhances the chefs kitchen. The kitchen is outfitted with a Wolf range, Sub-Zero refrigerator, honed granite countertops, Asko dishwasher and plenty of room to gather friends and family around the kitchen counter. The large master bedroom features a completely built out closet, a spa-like bathroom with a soaking tub, rain shower and double vanity sinks. The second bedroom has built in custom Manhattan cabinetry which offers multiple uses. Spacious enough as a large second bedroom or a den and home office. Off of the second bedroom is another spa-like full-bathroom with a bathtub and shower combo. A washer and dryer round out the home.
Built in 1916 as the Gretsch musical instrument factory, the building was converted to luxury residential loft condominiums and completed in 2005. The 12-story condominium renovation and expansion was designed by Karl Fischer, with interiors by Andrew Escobar and Associates. Amenities include a 24-hour doorman, full time superintendent, a bike room, roof deck, and a newly renovated childrens playroom. Perfectly located in South Williamsburg, the Gretsch is in close proximity to many of the areas best restaurants, shopping, Domino Park, the East River ferry stop and other public transportation options (J/M/Z & L subway lines and buses), and the Williamsburg Bridge.
Showings by appointment only.
Bike Room; Garage; Nursery; Lounge; Roof Deck; Cold Storage; Private Storage For Fee;
Eat In Kitchen
Full Time Doorman
Williamsburg, located in the borough of Brooklyn, borders Greenpoint to the north, Bedford-Stuyvesant to the south, Bushwick, East Williamsburg, and Ridgewood (Queens) to the east, and Fort Greene to the West. Williamsburg has rapidly evolved from a manufacturing neighborhood in the mid-1990s to the gentrified and highly sought-after real estate destination it’s known for today. Known for its vibrant nightlife, art scene, and its ever-expanding food scene, Williamsburg is an ideal fit for the artistically inclined (not to mention the hipster generation). With its proximity to Lower Manhattan, Williamsburg has emerged as the preferred home base for many young workers in New York City.
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