This two-bedroom unit offers a distinctive space, with multiple tiers, high and angled ceilings, and jutting exposed girders. It’s on the top floor of a converted schoolhouse, at 174 Pacific Street in Cobble Hill.
The living space is open plan and a bit loft-like, with a wood-burning fireplace in the living room, a handful of skylights, and a newly redone kitchen, whose counter sits almost level with the floor of the elevated living room. The wall of exposed brick with the arched cutout adds some extra flair.
The two bedrooms are large, and feature the same girders, angled ceilings and skylights.
While the skylights are nice, it should be noted that there’s a dearth of actual windows. The master bedroom has only one small (and low-set) one, the other bedroom none — but they both have skylights. The living space has a few windows as well as skylights, but the light over the kitchen and dining area may not be blinding.
There’s central air, a small laundry room with a washer and dryer, and a gated parking space that comes with the unit. The owner also has “roof rights,” which may mean the possibility of creating a roof deck.
Since it was listed in October 2015 at $1.595 million, the unit has seen two price drops. Listed by Ric Swezey and Rob Jackson of Corcoran, it’s currently priced at $1.495 million; monthly fees are $1,102. What do you think of the unit, and the adjusted price?
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