In the foyer is a large closet for ample storage right as you come in. Continuing into the space, rest assured the industrial character, open floor plan, and incredible twelve-foot ceiling height will have you celebrating the unique feel of this home.
The kitchen comes equipped with a stainless steel GE appliance package including a dishwasher, granite countertops, and has a fully open layout to the dedicated dining area with sightlines all the way through to the living room.
The two large bedrooms off the dining room, each large enough for a king-size bed are beyond generous in space and appeal, both with abundant closet space. The oversized windows in each bedroom offer glorious treetop views.
Southern and eastern exposures in the living room set an oasis of extraordinary natural light. A custom accent wall adds a designer touch and enjoyed from every angle is the vitality of the vast Brooklyn panoramic skyline. Industrial ceiling beams accentuate the remarkable height throughout the unit, adding to the special character.
The extra-large master is a true master suite, split from the other bedrooms creating a gem of privacy. Complete with more massive south-facing windows, two separate closets, and an en suite bathroom. The nook that fits a king-size bed allows for an abundance of extra space to make your own.
Working from home? There are multiple options for office space throughout the apartment including a desk (or desks) in the master, multiple desks in the living room, or using one of the bedrooms for a complete home office. Oakwood flooring throughout is the canvas for sunlight and shadows throughout the day. The original floor to ceiling column featured in the dining room tells the sweet story of history in the building. Once upon a time 505 Court St. was home to the Doehler Die Casting factory, built in 1913. Fun fact for when you are comfortably entertaining your guests- Mr. Doehler, a notable maverick in the early 20th century, patented a casting machine preserved at the Smithsonian. You may also hear old-timers in the neighborhood referring to the buildings history as a candy factory.
In this full-service building, you have a 24-hour doorman, a fitness center, extra storage, bike storage, and a resident superintendent. The shared internal courtyard garden is beyond special, approximately a quarter of an acre in size and tastefully landscaped to perfection. Carroll Gardens is a charming neighborhood with a lovely mix of old and new. Lined with boutiques shopping, fantastic restaurants, and cafes up and down Smith and Court streets and just a few minutes from the F/G train station. Whole Foods is a short distance away and local favorites like Buttermilk Channel, Frankies 457, and Ugly Baby are all just steps away. At 505 Court St. #4S you will find luxury living in an ultrachic conversion building bringing history, originality, and amenities to your new home. Pets are welcome. Showing by appointment only.
Building Features 10 Floors124 Units
$1,398,000 / $1,022 per ft²
Listed on Oct 07, 2020
112 Days on Market
3 Beds / 2.0 Baths / 1,367 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $1,847
Maintenance: $1,116 / R.E. Taxes $731
Exclusively listed with: The Corcoran Group Source: RLS
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