This loft-style two-bedroom sits within the converted 19th-century warehouse at 1 Rockwell Place in Fort Greene, near BAM, Fort Greene Park and a whole bunch of subway lines.
The distressed wood beams offer both a link to the building’s history and a distinctive feature, adding an industrial-rustic flair to the bright, high-ceilinged living space. The built-in shelving by the entrance is a nice touch as well.
The kitchen is minimalist, with an extra-slim bank of wall cabinets. The refrigerator is slim as well — not sure why when the space allows for more. There’s a fancy Bertazzoni range, though.
There’s a pair of bathrooms, one per bedroom, both sporting subway and penny tile. There’s a walk-in closet by the master bedroom, and a full laundry room offering extra space to do something with, in addition to actual laundry machines.
There’s a live-in super, bike storage and a major bonus if you’ve got a car — a designated parking spot. The apartment is listed by Todd M. Lewin of Core, who’ll be showing it at an open house today from noon to 1:30 (admittedly short notice, but who knows — maybe you’re in the neighborhood).
Rent is $6,5000 a month, a not-inconsiderable sum. Think this place merits that kind of price tag ? What do you think of it?
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