This is the loft you've been dreaming about!
This corner unit is bathed in light all day long. Wrap-around views frame the East River and both the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges.
The thoughtful renovation includes exposed beams and brick with a large, open living space and hand-crafted architectural details.
Two true bedrooms and two large bathrooms, plus a bonus office space and lots of closets and storage tucked throughout make this loft practical for daily life.
A gorgeous, enormous Sub-Zero fridge and an expansive living and dining space make this a fabulous space for hosting and entertaining.
It's an incredible place to think and work as well as a great space to live and play.
This special building is bathed in history; built in 1861 the fine architectural detailing on the exterior sets it apart. The 85-acre Brooklyn Bridge Park is directly across the street. St. Anne's Warehouse,Empire Stores, Dumbo House, and the new Time Out Market are a block away.
This 11 unit elevator building is intimate and professionally managed. There is an included storage cage as well as bike storage and additional laundry in the basement. Central AC is currently being installed-- there is a $580/month additional assessment through June 2023 for this work. Pets are case by case.
Gorgeous views, classic authentic loft vibe, all in a landmarked pre-Civil War building.
You can't ask for more.
Showing by appointment, off-market.
Floorplan coming soon.
Brooklyn Heights is located directly across the East River from Manhattan, and stretches from the old Fulton Street to Court Street. Brooklyn Heights is surrounded by Dumbo, Downtown Brooklyn, Cobble Hill, and Boerum Hill. This affluent neighborhood has more than a few bonafide bragging rights: picture perfect views of the New York Harbor, Victorian-era brownstones, and proximity to the heavily strolled Promenade.
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