This Dumbo loft is spacious and stylish, with an industrial-chic vibe and a vast living space that’s lined by oversized windows, and decked out with open wood beams and columns, exposed brick and wide plank floors. It’s on the fifth floor of a landmarked 1894 building at 31 Washington Street, a former iron works factory that was converted to condos in 2005 and holds 13 units.
There are 2,600 square feet in total, which covers three good-sized bedrooms, an office, 2.5 baths, a sizable foyer with a closet and a small laundry room. The master bedroom has a pair of large closets and an attractive en suite bath with dual sinks, wood accents and Waterworks fixtures.
Then there’s the living space, which includes an open-plan Bilotta kitchen with high banks of wood cabinetry, stainless steel countertops, wine storage, a Sub-Zero fridge, a Viking range with a double convection oven and a pair of movable teak bars.
A 2013 New York Post writeup described how media exec Laura Frerer-Schmidt built the space.
There’s a “high velocity” HVAC system, and the building has an elevator. You can see it all at an open house tomorrow from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Listed by Ryan Serhant and Charisse White of Nest Seekers, the unit is asking $4.4 million; common charges are $885 and taxes are $63 a month. How do you like it?
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