This Williamsburg duplex co-op is bright and attractive, with a small terrace and low maintenance. It’s on the third floor of a six-unit walk-up built in 2003, at 395 South 2nd Street.
The double-height living room is the most striking feature, with 14-foot ceilings, tall windows and an open wooden staircase. It adjoins the bedroom, which has a nice wooden beamed ceiling and is accessed via French doors.
The kitchen has granite countertops and frosted-glass-fronted upper cabinets; next to it sits a closeted washer/dryer.
Upstairs is a mezzanine with a desk facing the windows, which can be a workspace or put to some other use. There’s a second room up there, which gets minimal light and is tagged on the floor plan as a home office but could be pressed into service as a bedroom.
There’s decent closet space and a large private storage unit in the basement. There’s also a common roof deck.
As noted, monthly fees are low: a mere $224, due in part to a tax abatement in place until 2031. The ask is $799,000, the brokers are Edwin Chung and Tom Le of Corcoran. Interested?
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