255 Columbia Street is a truly remarkable 13-unit condominium with an active board, low common charges and an uncommon spirit of camaraderie among neighbors. The building opened in 2014 and features a meticulously landscaped backyard with a professional-grade cooking grill, herb garden and furnished dining area. Constructed using the principals of Passive House design, 255 Columbia far exceeds the efficiency of the most common "green" certifications. With an ultra-insulated building envelope, heat recovery ventilation system, low-energy lighting throughout and solar panels on the roof, electrical consumption is approximately 1/3rd of the national household average. This is only the second resale in the building. Don't let it get away again! Currently zoned for PS 29.
The Columbia Street Waterfront District is one of Brooklyn's smallest, but most vibrant neighborhoods. Bordered by Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens and Red Hook, the CSWD shares some of the best characteristics and amenities of it's more well-known neighbors while maintaining a singularly unique identity. For the foodie, some of the best restaurants are right outside your door including Popina, Petite Crevette, Bar Bruno and Alma. If outdoor activity is your passion, there are 6 community gardens, a dedicated bike path, public tennis courts, multiple playgrounds and direct access to Brooklyn Bridge Park. Fairway, Trader Joe's and Ikea are less than 10 minutes away as is the new South Brooklyn Ferry to Wall Street. There's even more to love, so call today to arrange your private viewing.
Building Features 7 Floors13 Units
$1,855,000 / $1,420 per ft²
Sold: Sep 17, 2019
-7.25% from ask / 141 Days to Sell
3 Beds / 2.5 Baths / 1,306 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $1,079
Maintenance: $346 / R.E. Taxes $733
Exclusively listed with: Compass
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