It is rare to find such a well appointed, graciously proportioned true loft with the flexibility of 2D. Southern exposures and oversized windows allow light to flood through and highlight beautifully preserved original details, including exposed brick and hardwood floors, as well as tasteful upgrades. The open kitchen, appointed with extensive cabinetry, high end finishes, and a large breakfast bar, is perfect for entertaining, hosting, or cooking on quiet nights in. The living area provides ample space for a flexible dining layout, and there is a full guest bathroom with a tub. The primary bedroom is equipped with an original sliding barn style wood door leading to a designer en-suite bathroom and, perhaps the rarest of NYC luxuries, twin walk-in closets. There is an additional bonus room off of the kitchen that can serve as a home office, additional bedroom, media room, or even a separate formal dining room.
The building features a furnished roof deck with sweeping city views as well as private separate storage.
95 Lexington is a piece of New York City history, having served as Trolley Museum of New York. Located on a serene block, just steps from the best restaurants, cafes, and boutiques that both Bed Stuy and Clinton Hill have to offer, the building is conveniently situated close to all bridges to Manhattan, as well as the C, G, and A trains, with a citibike station on the block.
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