210 Clinton Ave, Apt 1-F

$895,000

Clinton Hill

2 BD, 1 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

1

Bath

4

Rooms

Maintenance
$1,086

This lofty, true two-bedroom Clinton Hill Coop apartment has been renovated top-to-bottom with great taste and style. Situated in 210 Clinton Avenue, a free-standing building surrounded by green space on the North Campus, this special home offers the rarity of a teak-tiled private patio, used by the current owners for barbecues, dining and just hanging out. And that’s not all.

The architect-designed kitchen at the heart of the spacious, open living room features two-tone custom cabinets, a five-burner Bosch gas range, microwave and dishwasher, Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, beautiful marble backsplash, Caeserstone countertops, Grohe faucet, and high-end Cedar & Moss lighting. Plumbing was redone throughout the apartment, and the bathroom is a study in neutral finishes, with lovely white floor-to-ceiling subway wall tile and mat-black floor tile. In addition to new Kohler fixtures, the owners added a deep soaking tub when renovating.

Each of the two extra-large bedrooms (among the characteristics that distinguishes these apartments) has been updated with full-height closets to maximize storage. The apartment also has plank oak flooring, solid wood doors and Baldwin hardware throughout. Bali top-down/bottom-up cellular shades grace all windows and the master bedroom has blackout shades as well. Each room includes top-of-the-line Friedrich air conditioners. Offering flowing space, beautiful finishes and a unique patio, this is one special home.

The well-established and maintained Clinton Hill Coops have recently undergone window and elevator replacement and laundry facility upgrades – without an assessment or additional cost to shareholders. The cooperative also offers 24-hour security, package delivery rooms, bike storage and common gardens. Converted to coops in 1981, the pet-friendly complex is one of the few in New York City to co-generate electrical power, an environmentally-friendly innovation that also results in lower costs for shareholders.

Located in one of Brooklyn’s most exciting neighborhoods, and on gorgeous, historic Mansion Row, the G and C trains are in close proximity, and the building is in easy reach of Atlantic Terminal, Barclay’s Center, the BAM Cultural District, Fort Greene Park, the Pratt Sculptural Garden – and too many restaurants, bars and shops to name on nearby blocks and in the Navy Yard Development.

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  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Compass
Property: 210 Clinton Ave

1960

Year Built

14

Stories

  • Courtyard Courtyard
  • Garden Garden
  • Doorman Doorman
  • Storage Storage
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Elevator Elevator
  • Laundry in building Laundry in building
  • Parking garage Parking garage

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About Clinton Hill

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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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