Meet your next home. A chic abode with style and size. Condo 2B will pull you in the moment you enter its expansive living space, from a direct elevator entry. At nearly 20 feet wide by 35 feet deep, the living/dining area offers room for large furnishings, a kitchen table and desk, comfortably. The floor plan is generous enough to add another room, if a third bedroom is what you need. This condo has plenty to write home about, from a floor-through layout engaging both northern and southern exposures, a Juliet balcony off the living area, and a full size balcony abutting the master bedroom. Included with this home is an oversized private storage room in the basement, nearly the size of many bedrooms. Built in 2005, 176 South 4th Street is an 9-unit condominium building in the heart of South Williamsburg. All residencies feature floor through layouts and direct elevator access. The boutique brick building has a timeless look, and stands only seconds away from Driggs Avenue, the Williamsburg Bridge, and Brooklyn Queens Expressway. Homes feature large living rooms, tall ceilings, and benefit from a rare long-term 421a tax abatement, running through 2032.
A former artists’ enclave, Williamsburg is an ultra-trendy neighborhood in Brooklyn that draws the young and the fashionable from around the world.
Known for being the birthplace of NYC’s hipster movement and its close proximity to Manhattan, Williamsburg has become one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Brooklyn. The old factories from its industrial past have been converted into gorgeous lofts; luxury high-rises with stunning Manhattan views line the waterfront; and boutique condos are mixed among townhouses and old tenement buildings. While the neighborhood continues to evolve wit ... read more