About this Property
There are custom built-in storage pieces throughout the house. The high grade rift white oak custom stained flooring combines traditional wood base and trim boards with modern reveal accents to create a timeless architectural backdrop for any style. The light-filled, modern kitchen is equipped with a Wolf gas oven, Bosch dishwasher and JennAir refrigerator. The open plan of the parlor floor nicely shows off the finishes of the kitchen. White crystallized glass countertops, which are a trending material known for their durability and minimalist beauty further reflect the natural light from the oversized windows. The backsplash is an elegant Italian concrete and glass patterned tile from Sicis and acts as a nice counterpoint to the more minimal combination of white lacquer and oak cabinetry.
There are also multiple options for arranging the bedrooms to suit a variety of living situations. One room was once a baby's room and now is a home pottery studio, another example of the flexibility of this house. The top floor is sunlit and has exposed wood beams painted white and feels like an open airy loft. It currently houses the playroom, spa bathroom, quiet bedroom and laundry room. The roof has heavy duty beams ready to support a roof deck or even new floor. The first floor is a two bedroom rental. The cellar (800 square feet) is clean and can be used in a variety of ways while also providing ample storage.
The house is currently zoned for PS29 and close to the F and G train at Carroll Street. 246 Sackett is on one of the best wide streets in Brooklyn with a bike lane that limits traffic and links directly to the Brooklyn Bridge Park Greenway. Great restaurants,cafe's and boutiques are just around the corner on Court, Smith and Henry Streets.
- Status:No Longer Available
- Size:3200 Sq Ft
- Type:Single Family
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