This luminous home was designed with incredible attention to detail and offers nearly 3,000 square feet of living space, 4-bedrooms, 3 and a half bathrooms positioned with Northern and Southern exposure which allows beaming light to pierce through triple-paned windows. At the center of the home is an intricate white oak staircase that plays with the light drawn from above, unlike anything you've seen before. Staring up from the base of this 5-story townhouse, you will begin to sense the home's core structure of rooms that ascend into the sky. The geometry of this grand home was designed to offer residents the most amount of space, light, high ceilings and unforgettable views.
As you head towards the back of the home, the eat-in kitchen is accompanied by a two-story wall of triple-paned glass that connects you with your private backyard which is fitted with basalt stone amongst your grass enclave. Top of the line energy efficient Bosch appliances, custom cabinetry, and quartzite stone countertops makes this kitchen stand out from the rest in the neighborhood.
Finally, at the home's summit, you'll discover a delightful surprise: a sunroof and a roof terrace with sweeping Manhattan and Brooklyn skyline views. Perfect for entertaining, there is a wet bar with refrigerator, sink, and cabinets with a direct view of the World Trade Center.
This gorgeous home is an easy walk to the F & G train at Carroll St Station. The Carroll Street Townhomes are close to some of Brooklyn's best restaurants (Alma, Lucali & Marco Polo), bars (Abeline Bar, Brooklyn Social, 40 Knots Bar), shops and schools. Carroll Gardens remains a gem for one vital reason: newcomers remain notoriously committed to preserving and supporting the communities that first called it home.