Unit 2R at 98 Second Place in Carroll Gardens is a beautiful and serene 2-bed, 1.5-bath cooperative apartment. The building is a classic, 25-foot wide Brownstone converted to an 8-unit co-op in 1987. This is contemporary, loft-like living in a classic setting.
The apartment is on the parlor level and in the back of the building. As such, it has soaring 12-foot ceilings, is quiet, and has oversized windows that flood the space with light and nature.
The exposed brick and modern wooden wall unit in the open living/dining room pair nicely as part of a beautifully considered, stylish renovation. The east-facing living room windows overlook brownstone gardens. The west-facing window in the open kitchen frames a stately cherry tree. The kitchen features stainless steel appliances, Ceaserstone countertops, and white laminated cabinetry.
Down the hall you’ll find two quiet bedrooms, each with generous closet space and more leafy views. The primary bedroom has a spacious walk-in closet and east and south-facing windows.
This home has an open airy feel, convenient in-home washer-dryer, two Haiku “smart” ceiling fans, attractive modern bathrooms and hardwood floors throughout. Building shared amenities include a front garden and basement storage.
Located on one of the ‘Place’ blocks of Carroll Gardens, 98 2nd Place is what brownstone Brooklyn is all about.
The F and G subway lines are just a block away. Shops, specialty stores, cafes, restaurants, and antique stores line Court and Smith Streets. Carroll Park (one of the oldest parks in Brooklyn) is just a couple of blocks away.
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