Here’s a three-bedroom apartment in Long Island City’s The Decker, with southwest-facing terraces off both the living room and the master bedroom that offer views of the surrounding neighborhood.
With two terraces, white oak flooring and oversize windows, the home has a light and modern feel. The open-plan kitchen has Italian cabinetry, Kohler fixtures and Bosch appliances.
The master bedroom has a large walk-in closet and is in the corner of the apartment, while the other two bedrooms flank the comfortable living/dining room. Both bathrooms have Grohe and Kohler fixtures with stylish white subway tile; there’s a large standing shower in the master bath and a huge soaking tub and washer/dryer in the other bathroom.
Throughout the apartment there is a Daikin HVAC system for cooling and heating and four-inch white oak flooring. With a total of five closets, including a walk-in closet, there is ample storage space.
Named for a steam-powered 1930s tugboat named the W.O. Decker and located at 21-10 44th Drive, the building’s name pays homage to the neighborhood’s seafaring legacy. The lobby is adorned with cage lamps and exposed wooden ceiling beams, and amenities included a lounge, outdoor space with barbecue grills and furnishings, a recreation room with a pool table and a fitness center.
Restaurants such as Casa Enrique and M. Wells Steakhouse are nearby, plus cultural attractions such as MoMA PS1 and SculptureCenter. Public transit equally close via the Court Square Station.
Listed by Carlos Simoes and Mary Beth McGill of Modern Spaces, the home is asking $1.575 million with monthly taxes of $1,176 and common charges of $860.