Nev Schulman, identified to MTV watchers because the co-creator and co-host of the long-running actuality collection “Catfish: The TV Present,” has listed a recent condominium in Brooklyn’s hyper-hipster Williamsburg neighborhood with an asking worth of virtually $2.2 million. Tax data present Schulman, who primarily based the “Catfish” TV collection on the acclaimed 2010 documentary “Catfish,” wherein he was filmed being topic to misleading on-line actions, bought the 11th-floor condominium about 2.5 years in the past for a tad bit beneath $1.88 million.
Extensively renovated by Schulman and his spouse, Laura Perlongo, the city-view residence has three bedrooms and two loos in near 1,300 sq. ft with 9.5-foot ceilings, pale hardwood flooring and open exposures to the north, west and south. An LED lighting system jazzes up the lounge and window remedies are distant managed. The lounge is flooded with pure mild by a curved wall of home windows that extends almost floor-to-ceiling and facilitates a panoramic view of the solar because it dips under the Manhattan skyline. Open to the lounge, a modern new kitchen presents snazzy self-closing drawers, two full-height pantry closets, a cadre of high-end designer home equipment and a cleverly built-in eating desk that comfortably seats six. An eight-foot-high arched doorway fitted with pocket doorways connects the lounge to the smaller of the 2 visitor bedrooms, which advantages from a glittery metropolis view and built-in desk. The opposite, barely bigger visitor bed room, together with a visitor lavatory, is nipped away on the rear of the condominium together with the main bedroom, the place there’s a full wall of custom-built wardrobes and a glass door to a small, curved balcony that overlooks the constructing’s personal backyard.
Residents of the pet-friendly, full-service tower are pampered with 24-hour doorman and concierge providers, a health heart and, along with the aforementioned backyard, a rooftop deck. Bike storage and on-site automotive parking can be found for extra charges.