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83 Grand Street via StudiosC Architecture 83 Grand Street via StudiosC Architecture
Although the prices of Manhattan luxury homes differ significantly from those in Brooklyn, the style and modernity are not discounted. Want proof? Take a look at last week's most expensive contract signing, which went to a StudiosC-designed Williamsburg townhouse asking $4.5 million.

Located at 83 Grand Street, the modern 4,000-square-foot home was "designed from scratch and built to perfection." It boasts four bedrooms, three baths, and a TON of outdoor space in the form of a landscaped backyard, two balconies, and two roof decks with river and city views. Luxury features include wide oak plank floors, oversized aluminum doors and windows, and what seems to be all the rage these days – a custom-made oak staircase with a glass railing.

Check out the rest of the home's features below.
A modern Italian Scavolini kitchen with a breakfast seating area, Sub-Zero fridge, Wolf built-in double oven, Miele dishwasher, and a 59-bottle Sub-Zero wine storage.
State-of-the-art kitchen
The second floor offers a formal dining area that can easily seat 10 people and a glass door that opens onto a balcony spanning the width of the house.
Formal dining room
An 800-square-foot master suite featuring a balcony, huge walk-in closet, and master bathroom.
Master suite
The gorgeous master bath contains a free-standing tub, rain shower for two, and a double vanity.
Master bath
A serene backyard and two stunning roof-decks with views of the river, bridges and Manhattan.
City views
Roof deck
All listing photos & floor plans via Compass.
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