With its clean and simple aesthetic, quality systems, and desirable location, this top-floor duplex condo in a newly converted building is designed for comfortable, streamlined living.
Located at 316 Carroll Street on the border of Carroll Gardens and Gowanus, the three-bedroom, two-bath home has a hint of Scandi style with its wide plank white oak flooring and spare finishes.
The lower floor contains the kitchen, with sleek, modern cabinets in pale wood, plentiful counter space, and Miele appliances. The living/dining area occupies the front of this level, with two bedrooms — one or both of which can be used as office space — in back. There is a full bathroom and four closets on this level.
The upstairs is where one finds the master bedroom, with its spacious walk-in closet and spa-like en suite bath with double vanity, glass-enclosed shower and tile walls. Stairs lead to a spacious private roof deck with views of southern Brooklyn and lower Manhattan.
Systems in this cable-ready condominium include multi-zoned forced=air heating and air conditioning, in-home laundry, recessed lighting and casement windows. The apartment also has its own storage space in the building.
The F and G trains are two blocks away at the Carroll Street, and nearby are popular restaurants Wilma Jean, Red Rose and Kittery. Notable night spots include Brooklyn Social and Angry Wade’s. Park Slope, Boerum Hill, and Cobble Hill are also easily accessible.
Listed by Alexander Maroni and Dennis Cetinkaya of Douglas Elliman, the duplex is asking $1.599 million. Monthly taxes are $589 and common charges are $846.