This three-bedroom condo is brand new, sited in a freshly constructed three-unit townhouse at 949 Pacific Street in Crown Heights, where a vacant lot sat not long ago.
It’s a duplex, 1,573 square feet, on the house’s two lower floors. There’s an open plan living space on the bottom, with the kitchen in front. The living room opens up to the backyard via a pair of sliding glass doors; a floating, glass-paneled staircase leads to the bedrooms upstairs.
The living room also sports a distinctive wooden accent wall, “a modern take on exposed brick,” the listing calls it. There’s a second one in the sleek, modern kitchen, which features white cabinetry and a panel-doored Fisher & Paykel refrigerator.
Instead of the usual wood there are radiant heated porcelain-tiled floors throughout.
The master bedroom’s got an en suite bath and sliding doors leading to a small terrace that overlooks the sidewalk. There’s a closet with laundry hookups and a second full bath.
The unit’s tricked out with a Nest smart home system and surround sound speakers; the hot-water heater is tankless. The backyard is large and nice, with a horizontal fence, wood planting beds and a lawn.
Listed by Corcoran brokers Brooke Safford and Dave Beegun, the unit carries monthly charges of $1,373 and an asking price $1.949 million. Which is a fairly hefty price tag, given that an entire renovated house in these parts wouldn’t cost a whole lot more. But maybe the new construction is a premium some buyers will pay extra for. What do you think?
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