This thoughtfully appointed two-bedroom condo floorthrough is on the second floor of a newly constructed three-unit building at 341 Sackett Street in Carroll Gardens. It’s the first apartment to hit the market in the building, which replaced a mid-19th century (or possibly even older) house on an extra big lot. Duplexes above and below are still in the works.
Designed by Brooklyn-based CWB Architects, it’s quite a nice unit, with lovely wide-plank white-oak floors, custom oversized windows that are quite fetching, and a kitchen with custom cabinetry (also white oak, also fetching) and white Caeasarstone counters and backsplash.
The layout is straightforward: two bedrooms of moderate size in the front, an open kitchen/living space in the rear, and a single large bathroom in between. There’s also a small terrace off the living room, overlooking the garden, bordered with a distinctive scalloped grate in a Japanese wave pattern.
There are radiated heated floors, recessed LED lighting and a built-in surround sound system. There’s also central a/c, and a washer and dryer stacked in a closet. The building is brick with bluestone window lintels.
The location is enviable, just off Smith Street and near the F and G trains.
Listed by Brennan brokers Tiffany Lee and Donald Brennan, the unit is asking $1.595 million. That’s a considerable sum for a two-bedroom, even one this nice; think they’ll get it? What do you think of the unit?
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