This very distinctive, historic space in East River, a converted cosy apartment from an antique store preserves the bourgeois atmosphere of a vintage boutique.
The space at Storefront on the ground floor of a waterfront row house with a big private garden in Brooklyn’s thriving Greenpoint Historic District, on the riverfront just north of humming Williamsbur unfolds in a sun-lighted open interior of 800 square feet.
While maintaining the historic designing details of the late 1800s such as restored wood floors and mid-1800s tin ceiling that was brought in from an old schoolhouse the building also is endowed with new electrical and plumbing. The apartment is featured with a nice and comfortable living-room, a Queen-sized bed, a dining area with a basic kitchen (electric 2-burner cooktop, sink & refrigerator), a separate lavatory and an open-space clawfoot tub.
To depart from the urban cram you can have a break in the 1200 sq feet beautiful landscaped garden. You can also feel the river breeze due to a window A/C unit and an active ceiling fan.
Check out this nice and cosy vintage apartment that defies the contemporary minimalistic designs at a picture glance.