Last night, in an evening filled with scrumptious food and beautiful music, The Pros Developments officially launched their latest boutique building, 43 Meserole Street. The temperature was just right to enjoy a drink by the fire-pit and explore Williamsburg’s latest upscale address.

Designed by City Building NY Architect, 43 Meserole Street stands four-stories and houses eight stunning residences in one- to two-bedroom floorplans, including three must-see duplex units. Homes start at 583 square feet and go up to 1,378 square feet.

Select residences include private outdoor space, such as an outdoor kitchen, rooftop cabana or a spacious terrace that provides the perfect spot for enjoying a cup of joe first thing in the morning or a glass of wine in the evening.

The ground floor garden duplex boasts a generous 1,018-square-foot yard, which makes entertaining a breeze with plenty of seating and room for grilling.

The residences at 43 Meserole Street include many exquisite design features that are sure to impress homebuyers, including high ceilings, a washer and dryer in every unit, built-out closets for extra storage space, and vintage-style bathrooms with wet rooms and cast iron clawfoot tubs.

Victorian high tank pull chain toilets add an unmistakable touch of 19th-century elegance to the washrooms, while deep cast iron kitchen sinks offer rustic charm.

Homes also include all the modern conveniences, from top-notch stainless steel appliances to Nest-brand smart climate controls. And, every residence is equipped with a dishwasher for added convenience.

43 Meserole Street is a short walk from all Manhattan-bound trains and buses, and all of the local amenities Williamsburg has become known for, including eclectic eateries, bars and a thriving nightlife scene.

Pricing for available units starts at $759,000.

The INHouse Group is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for 43 Meserole Street.

Check out video walk-though below for an even closer look at this incredible development.

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