653 Bergen is a boutique collection of just seven exquisite full-floor residences with interior design by Brooklyn-based Cl-oth Design Studio, setting a new standard for refined luxury in Prospect Heights.
The Garden Residence is a sprawling 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom duplex home with an enormous windowed rec space and an outrageous 2,313 SF private garden!
Residences feature private elevator access and entry vestibules with solid walnut entry doors, double-insulated European tilt-and-turn windows, concealed zoned LG heating and cooling systems and 7 wide Madera fumed oak flooring.
Gracious kitchens offer custom mahogany and white oak cabinetry, including custom pantry systems, versatile Ceaserstone countertops and winter white quartz stone backsplashes, Bosch and Liebherr appliances, and Kohler Smart touch faucets and pot-fillers.
Tranquil master bathrooms feature Waterworks brushed marble flooring, Brickworks tiled walls, walk-in showers with infinity drains, Kalista double-sinks and custom vanities and medicine cabinets.
Building amenities include an elegant terrazzo and mahogany lobby with package room, a roof deck perched above the building line with sweeping views of the city, a common garden with bike storage, and private resident storage.
Photos are of the model residence on the third floor. Pool, pergola, outdoor kitchen, fire pit and trees not included :) Schedule your private tour now!
Prospect Heights, one of Brooklyn’s smallest neighborhoods, is bordered by Fort Greene, Park Slope, Crown Heights, and, of course, Prospect Park. Prospect Heights, emerging from the shadow of its affluent neighbor, Park Slope, has developed a unique personality all its own. Prospect Heights is known its hybrid Old/New Brooklyn feel. Here, prospective residents will find neighborhood standbys alongside new bars that err more on the hipster side.
With the recent unprecedented rate cut by the Federal Reserve, banks have been inundated with people looking to take advantage of lower interest rates. Because of the overwhelming demand, we have not yet seen a huge reduction in mortgage rates. While we aren’t there yet, it is likely that we will see a dramatic shift in the upcoming months, which raises the question, “What does a 1 point difference in interest rate do for my bottom line?”Read more