Welcome home to an exceptional one bedroom condo in the heart of Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
This sizable one bedroom apartment boasts bright North-Eastern sunlight that streams through the oversized windows and Juliet balcony with a warm touch. The open kitchen and living concept gives you ample space to for your guests as you prepare a delicious meal. The kitchen is equipped with stainless steel Bosch Appliances such as the refrigerator, microwave, cooking range, and dishwasher. Custom cabinetry throughout the kitchen with tons of storage and a granite breakfast bar countertop.
Hardwood oak flooring throughout, the apartment also comes with baseboard heating and Fujitsu blade air conditioning units.
The bathroom has custom marble tiling and has both a soaking jacuzzi tub and separate shower. A large utility closet also houses a stackable Bosch washer and dryer with room to build out.
Greenpoint is a quaint neighborhood that sits between Long Island City and Williamsburg. It offers a multitude of restaurant, bars, boutique shops, and cafes. Some of my favorite is the Brooklyn Barge, Five Leaves, and Variety Coffey Roasters. You will also have outdoor options with McCarren Park, McGorlick Park, and the waterside.
An abundant amount of transpiration options are available. You have the G train and a number of MTA bus options that open up to 7, E, F, N, and L train access. The NYC Ferry also docks on India Street taking you up and down the East River throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens.
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Greenpoint is the northernmost point in the borough of Brooklyn. Greenpoint borders Williamsburg and East Bushwick, East Williamsburg, and Long Island City (Queens). This riverfront neighborhood is undergoing its own cultural makeover. Greenpoint has long been known as an immigrant neighborhood (it’s even referred to as “Little Poland”) but is also an appealing real estate option for bohemian city dwellers. Greenpoint is home to the famous McCarren Park and several churches and schools known for their architectural bonafides.
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