Live large in one of the rare elevator condo buildings at the crossroads of Fort Greene/Clinton Hill and Prospect Heights! This gracious 3-bedroom home is perfectly situated in Brooklyns most exciting historic neighborhood with views gazing through the trees unveiling perfect sight lines of the lovely brownstones across the street. This sunny and bright corner unit offers floor-to-ceiling windows and a list of luxuries ranging from part-time doorman, fitness center, cold storage for groceries, common roof deck for sunbathing and playing, elevator, bike storage and in-building parking as well as the best in modern finishes. Designer kitchen features custom gray oak full-height cabinetry, Cosentino Silestone countertops, Viscaya glass backsplash, and an unrivaled stainless steel Bosch appliance package. The evocative spa-like baths offer a wealth of amenities including large walk-in glass enclosed shower, Mogano tiles in an organic palette, deep tub, custom vanities, and oversized medicine cabinets. Wide plank white-oak flooring has just all been upgraded by the current owner, in addition to every wall newly painted. Unexpectedly large custom closets, high ceilings (10!), central AC, oversized doors, and your very own W/D and laundry closet offer comforts beyond your expectations. Add to this three very spacious bedrooms with great closets, and an over-sized master suite with enough room for an office area AND closets galore, and you have found a home to make your own for many years to come! Tax abatement until 2025 makes luxury finally affordable. Close to every subway line, including the A/C on the same block, the Greenmarket, Fort Greene Park, Barclays Center, and a wealth of shops, amenities and award-winning restaurants in every direction.
Clinton Hill, located in northern-central Brooklyn, is bordered by Williamsburg, Bedford-Stuyvesant, Prospect Heights, and Fort Greene. Clinton Hill’s numerous brownstones and brick row houses are home to diverse occupants, including students from the nearby Pratt Institute, working professionals, and the occasional celebrity. The neighborhood lends itself to Brooklyn’s overall artistic vibe (without being too bohemian) and is decidedly laid back in nature.
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