Here’s a unique two-bedroom, two-bath apartment with a striking 18-foot arched window and modern updates. Located at 228 Adelphi Street in the Fort Greene Historic District, it’s in a prime location 2.5 blocks from Fort Greene Park.
The apartment is in an 1888 Gothic Revival church that finished losing its religion back in 2015, when units at the former St. Mark’s Protestant Episcopal Church began leasing.
Spanning the width of the rectory, the unit’s spacious living room also enjoys 24-foot vaulted ceilings, exposed brick and sufficient space for both a living and dining setup in addition to the enormous central window.
The kitchen has been built off to the side of the main space, through an arched brick opening with highly visible overhead structural planks. There’s a significant amount of cabinet space and modern appliances.
The bedrooms both have sloped ceilings and windows framed by brick arches. Each could comfortably fit king-sized beds. The master bedroom has en suite bath, according to the listing, although neither of the baths are pictured and there is no floor plan available.
The unit has Videocom and four-zone central air with Nest controls, the listing says. There’s a common gym, bicycle storage, an elevator and on-site superintendent.
Located 4.5 blocks from the Clinton-Washington Avenues G station, Shannon Eidman of Compass has the listing, which is asking $8,250 a month. Do you think it’s worth it?
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