|101 WARREN STREET, #A1H|
101 Warren Street, #A1H
NEIGHBORHOOD: COBBLE HILL
ListingID: 986129 | Type: Condominium
*** CLOSED ***
Bedrooms: 4 | Baths: 3
SqFt: 2,195 (aprx)
Pre-war | Health club | Common roofdeck | Outdoor space
Duplex | Washer/Dryer | Dining room | Walk-in closet | Hardwood floors
A true home awaits in Brooklyn! If youíve been looking for an incredibly unique and historic, luxurious yet charming home in one of the best neighborhoods in Brooklyn, your prayers have now been answered! Not often do you get a chance to live in a private, spacious haven in an historic landmark church. This exceptional 4 bedroom, 3 full bath duplex condominium in beautiful Cobble Hill is both a special find and rare opportunity that cannot be passed by. Located on the ground level and second floor at The Arches, this expansive 2200-square-foot residence melds the best of the old and new, is accessed by a private courtyard entrance, and offers a bright and airy townhouse feel.
Residence A1H is not only the only 4 bedroom unit in the building, but one of the few real 4 bedrooms in the entire neighborhood (the library is easily convertible)! Entertain in comfort in the large, flowing living and dining space, served by a sleek, modern open kitchen adorned with granite counters, wood cabinets with glass doors, premium stainless appliances including a Wolfe range and Bosch dishwasher. Youíll also enjoy the richness of hardwood floors, the convenience of a washer/dryer in the separate laundry room, and the luxury of a roomy master suite with walk-in closets, a dressing area and en suite master bath.
Built in 1858, and formerly known as St. Peterís Church and Academy, this distinctive building was converted to luxury condos and renamed The Arches in 2005. Its common grounds features two soothing waterfalls and a lovely common courtyard; and it's address in a coveted community (PS.29) can't be beat situated near three playgrounds, a village-like park, Smith and Court Street shops and restaurants, plus various subway lines all easy walks away.