Be the first occupant to live in this meticulously designed, no expense spared, ground up renovation of this stunning âMust Seeâ townhouse on one of the best blocks in Fort Greene. This 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath with multiple outdoor spaces that include 3 terraces and rear yard is truly spectacular.
The Parlor floor features soaring ceilings, herringbone wide plank white oak flooring, and sensuous arched openings highlight the design throughout. Living room features a cylindrical wall w/ gas fireplace, a wall of steel and glass with double doors leading out on to a deck perched above the rear garden.
The full chef's kitchen is highlighted with custom cabinetry, oversized waterfall marble island, matching marble backsplash, a 36â ILVE 6 burner range, custom range hood, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, and D/W. Separate server's pantry/bar with custom cabinetry, marble counter top sink and 48 bottle wine refrigerator. Rounding out the parlor floor is a spacious formal dining room.
The full floor master suite and rear facing master bedroom has access to a private terrace, wall of custom closets plus walk-in fitted closet, sumptuous marble bath with WaterWorks fixtures, custom double sink vanity, deep soak tub, glass enclosed shower with double shower heads, and separate water closet. A perfectly situated library/sitting room with fireplace which easily can be used as the fourth bedroom. The third consists of two large bedrooms, two full baths and a private terrace. This house is located seconds from Fort Greene Park, close to subways, shopping and restaurants.
Fort Greene, a tree-lined neighborhood in the borough of Brooklyn, is located directly across from Lower Manhattan and is situated just north of Prospect Park. Fort Greene is charming, thanks in part to its tranquil, brownstone-studded streets, while also maintaining a youthful demeanor. Home to many cafes, trendy boutiques, and famous performance centers like The Brooklyn Academy of Music, Fort Greene is a cultural hotspot for writers, musicians, and city dwellers looking for a pace that’s a bit more laid back.
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