Williamsburg put Brooklyn on the global map as a beacon for hipster cool and the neighborhood then evolved to attract families and amenities that warrant top dollar. Now the hood is in a new chapter post-pandemic. With the influx of sales volume for condominiums, many are hoping to take advantage of the moment and list their homes as planning is underway all at once for thousands of families who left the city and now need an apartment – yesterday. To capture the moment, savvy sellers are choosing to list in the middle of the summer, an atypical approach for an atypical year.
One such example has just hit the market with Pacey Barron and Vickey Barron of Compass. Asking $1,875,000 and located at 101 N 5th Street, this two-bedroom penthouse is surely going to capture the attention of buyers who want a spacious, bright home with beautiful outdoor space.
When stepping into the 1,155 square foot Williamsburg Penthouse, you are greeted with 11′ ceilings, two walls of oversized windows, and two private terraces. This luxe, two-bedroom home gives you infinite options to relax and enjoy expansive Manhattan skyline views.
An open-concept kitchen features custom lacquered Veneta Cucine kitchen cabinetry from Italy, Caesarstone Countertops, and a Sub Zero refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher.
The primary suite has dual exposures facing South and West, with direct access to the south-facing private terrace and en suite bathroom.
Each bathroom is complete with Carrera marble countertops, Furniture Guild double vanities with Rubinet faucets, and custom steel shower doors. Not to mention, the open city views from the window-facing deep soaking tub in the second bathroom. The home also has an in-unit Bosch washer and dryer, through-wall AC units, and brand new hardwood floors.
Amenities in this boutique luxury condo include a gym, residents lounge, landscaped courtyard, rooftop deck, video intercom system, and parking garage. The building offers easy access to the Bedford L train, and is just two blocks from the East River Waterfront Park, Whole Foods, and a plethora of amazing restaurants, shops, and nightlife that Williamsburg has to offer.