This South Williamsburg row house, at 64 South 4th Street, has been written up in both Dwell and Design Sponge, and for good reason. It’s a beaut, gorgeously renovated from top to bottom by Agencie Group architects.
The result is stylish, tasteful and warm, with impeccable rustic-tinged finishes. Features include wide-plank chestnut floors reclaimed from a Virginia barn, tin ceilings, exposed beams, and a glass wall at the rear of the parlor floor.
There’s a Henrybuilt kitchen, beautifully done in walnut, gray matte and white tile, with a Lacanche range in black and brass.
Down in the master bath there’s a lovely shower room in polished concrete, with a deep soaking tub and radiant heated floor.
It’s laid out with an owner’s duplex and a pair of floor-through alcove studio rentals above, one of which has a terrace. The duplex has a pair of bedrooms on the garden level, with the master suite — including a walk-in closet and the aforementioned showpiece bathroom — in the rear.
The parlor floor reverses the usual scheme, with the living room in back. Elevated a few steps, it works awfully well alongside that glass wall, integrating the garden and the living space.
The garden is pretty sweet, landscaped in decking and bluestone, with a big old tree overhead.
Like we said, it’s a nice one. Needless to say, it’s not a cheap one: $3.75 million is the ask. Think they’ll get it? What do you think of the renovation?
If you’d like to see it for yourself and you’re in the vicinity, the house — listed by Deborah Rieders and Sarah Shuken of Corcoran — is being shown today from 12:30 to 2 p.m.
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