Dreamy Brooklyn Loft

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This dreamy, pre-war Brooklyn loft is now on the market for $2.63 million. What was once a century old manufacturing building is now composed of bespoke lofts restored by celebrated Architect Designer, Meshberg Group, one of the most influential shapers of Brooklyn’s new century. The unit (3C) was specifically built around a glorious floor-to-ceiling, custom architectural fireplace made of marble and steel. The loft is characterized by exposed beams and brick with a touch of original wood detailing. The bedroom suites feature his and hers walk-in closets, reclaimed wood fronts and en-suite bathrooms with a beautifully-appointed stall shower and a deep soaking tub. The residence also features a home office and in-home gym. The defining features of this special property include 16-foot ceilings, exposed beams and brick, original wood detailing, incredible south-facing light and the latest in smart home technology. The three-bedroom, three bath 1,710 square-foot loft is spread across two floors.

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