The most expensive home ever in Williamsburg is reportedly housed inside of the Oosten, at 429 Kent Avenue.
According to Halstead broker Robert Lynn, who shared the listing with the Post, the 5,000+ square-foot penthouse is in contract for its full asking price of $6.49 million. This would make it the priciest pad to ever sell in the neighborhood, if the deal goes through. One perk you get for that much money is an "all expenses-paid trip to Amsterdam for a personal design consultation with Piet Boon." You also get two terraces, a hot tub, a garage, and go fuck yourself.
The Oosten's website further describes their duplex penthouse options as coming with "5-6 bedrooms with en-suite baths... top-floor kitchens with terraces and plunge pools, and private elevators that take you down to your own private garage. The gracious master suite has his + hers closets." The building itself (which is an area that likes its amenities) has two lobbies, a 24-hour concierge, a courtyard, a landscaped rooftop with reflection pool, a lap pool, a gym, and a spa.
Curbed notes that the "current record holder of Williamsburg's priciest home is 330 Wythe Avenue, where unit 8J sold in an off-market deal for $5 million last year." Pathetic.