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Photos coming soon! Townhouse layout in a mint condition condo package. Ideally located in the heart of tree-lined Fort Greene, in a converted church and rectory one block from Fort Greene Park, this amazing condo offers over 1400 square feet of space spread across two floors. Currently used as a one bedroom plus home office with the master suite on the lower level, this overly spacious layout lends itself to multiple configurations. The open kitchen offers stainless steel appliances, dark-stained wood cabinetry, marble counters with seating for four at the breakfast bar, and ample storage space throughout the apartment complete with oversized walk-in. The large living area provides more than enough room to entertain all of your guests come holiday time. The oversized bedroom perfectly fits a king or california-king sized bed and has it's own large walk-in closet. The main bath has a deep soaking tub and modern finishes and fixtures.
At the lower level is an expansive open space with custom built-in shelving, a half bath with a stacked washer and dryer, and access to your own private outdoor space. High ceilings, hardwood floors and central air are found throughout.
Converted from a church and adjoining rectory in 2008, The Sanctuary Condominium is a 13-unit, pet-friendly building with low monthly carrying costs. Six blocks from the Atlantic Avenue subway hub, two blocks from the C train, three blocks from the G train, a block from the park, and surrounded by great shopping and dining (Whole Foods 365, the Saturday Farmer's Market, and all that Dekalb, Lafayette and Fulton have to offer), the location is second to none.