This five-bedroom, three-bathroom townhouse at 12 Wyckoff Street sits at the nexus of some of Brooklyn’s most desired brownstone neighborhoods — Cobble Hill, Boerum Hill and Carroll Gardens.
With four levels and two outdoor spaces, the roomy two-family offers plenty of indoor-outdoor living.
Rustic modern finishes define this fully renovated home — beamed ceilings, exposed brick, wide plank floors, reclaimed barn wood. The open floor plan provides great flow, clean lines and enviable light.
In the owner’s duplex, the parlor floor kitchen/living space opens to a large private deck and garden. A full bathroom is tucked behind the barn-style door. A serenely quiet top floor has three bedrooms and a second full bathroom.
The garden floor unit has two bedrooms — one in the front, one in the rear — with a full bath, kitchen and living room between. The smaller bedroom could also serve as a home office, and there is a washer-dryer hookup in the unit.
The cellar is well suited for storage, and could also serve as a media room, play area, yoga/meditation space or home gym. It is accessible from the owner’s duplex. All electrical, plumbing and the roof were replaced by the current owners.
The property belongs to Cat Greenleaf, and was the location where her show, Talk Stoop, was filmed. The home has been featured in design publications such as Architectural Digest and Brownstoner magazine.
Shops and eateries are close at hand, including Fish Tales, Trader Joe’s, Shelsky’s and Sahadi’s. Cobble Hill Park and the F and G trains at the Bergen Street stop are less than two blocks away.
The ask is $2.5 million and the listing agents are Anthony Robles, Aran Scott and Peter Perez from Douglas Elliman.