This spacious floor through residence features both east and west exposures creating a bright and airy space in every room throughout the home. The sunny upper level features a west facing bedroom and bath with a large open kitchen and living area with access to private garden. A wide staircase leads to a lower level, featuring an expansive recreation room and half bath.
Comprised of 6 full and half floor homes, 65 Irving is boutique living done well. Each home includes private outdoor space and a thoughtful interior plan allowing for comfortable living both inside and out.
Gracious entries lead into open living areas with white oak flooring. Kitchens are ready for entertaining with custom cabinetry sourced in Brooklyn, sleek quartz countertops and classic tiled backsplash. Large format Calacatta marble walls, integrated vanities and Porcelonosa fixtures complete the baths.
Situated on a lovely tree-lined street in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, 65 Irving rests amid the neighborhood's many treasures. The G train at Classon and C train at Clinton-Washington offer ease of access to Brooklyn and beyond.
The complete offering terms are in an offering plan available from Sponsor. CD 18-0258 Sponsor: 63 Irving Place Development, LLC, 29 West 17th Street , New York, NY 10011. Equal Housing Opportunity
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.
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