Measuring approximately 1,356 square feet, this apartment boasts floor-to-ceiling windows, with sunny southeastern exposures of tree-lined Baltic Street, in every room. The current owners thoroughly amended Apartment 3E to incorporate much that was not otherwise delivered by the developer: a space in thoroughly chic, turnkey condition is the result. Some of the owners' new additions include: 7" wide oak floors, polished nickel art lighting, handsome built-ins, and custom wood closets.
This apartment opens onto a rich, open Smallbone kitchen, with walnut cabinetry, custom hardware, Cristallo Gold Quartz countertops, Miele appliances, and a Waterworks faucet. The current owners added additional recessed lighting and a panel of antiqued mirror, to bring light and additional texture to the space.
The primary bedroom suite is a corner room of generous proportions located on the eastern flank of the apartment. An ensuite and windowed four-fixture marble bath incorporates a Zeus-marble accent wall, glass-enclosed steam shower, and a radiant-heated chevron-patterned stone floor. The dressing area boasts three fully-outfitted, custom wood closets--one of which is a walk-in. (All seven of the apartment's closets have the look and feel of furniture, and were designed to include ample drawer and shelf space.)
Currently utilized as a formal dining room, the adjacent third bedroom was equipped by the current owners with an Onyx-topped, built-in and lacquered Welsh dresser, or bar, electricity for a ceiling-mounted lighting fixture, Phillip Jeffries wall paper, and Larsen drapery. A third bathroom with a walk-in shower is located across the hall, and functions nicely as either a full-time or guest bathroom.
In a split-layout configuration to the west of the apartment's great room, the second bedroom suite serves currently as a library and guest room. This room is covered in handsome Phillip Jeffries wood-fiber wall covering, and was outfitted with a full-wall built-in that serves as media cabinet, desk and storage. Like all of the rooms in this apartment, this room is also furnished with Larsen drapery. An ensuite bathroom includes floor-to-ceiling stonework with a textural limestone feature wall, a marble-clad deep-soaking bath tub, and a stone floor.
Additional traits of Apartment 3E include a Bosch washer/dryer, Nest thermostat and voice-controlled lighting systems, custom UV-blocking window film, and Lutron lighting panels, throughout. The current owners also added additional insulation between their apartment and the neighbors', for maximum privacy. Apartment 3E transfers with one of the building's large storage units.
613 Baltic Street is a pet-friendly full-service building with a 24-hour lobby attendant, and a covered resident drop-off. This building boasts multiple outdoor landscaped spaces, including a spectacular rooftop terrace with grills, tables, seating--and captivating views of the Brooklyn and lower Manhattan skylines. Additional building features include an outdoor cinema, a residents' lounge, bicycle storage, a pet-grooming room and a cheerful fitness center, equipped with a wide range of equipment--including multiple Pelotons.
Perfectly situated at the crossroads of prime Park Slope, Boerum Hill and Gowanus, 613 Baltic offers quick access to transportation, Whole Foods, 5th Avenue's manifold restaurants and stores, Prospect Park and 7th Avenue.
Building Features 11 Floors43 Units
$2,050,000 / $1,511 per ft²
Listed on Sep 23, 2021
34 Days on Market
3 Beds / 3.0 Baths / 1,356 ft²
Total Monthly expenses: $2,176
Maintenance: $1,344 / R.E. Taxes $832
Exclusively listed with: Compass Source: RLS
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