This 2,897-square-foot Navy Green townhouse has been designed for comfortable family living. It has three bedrooms, two full and two half bathrooms, a media room, a large laundry room, terrace, and garden with patio. Residents also enjoy access to the shared green space from which Navy Green gets its name. The 30,000-square-foot park features walk ways, playgrounds and plenty of space for relaxing and taking in the view.
The open-plan first floor encompassing the kitchen, dining, and living areas opens to the backyard, which is equipped with gas, electric, and water hookups. The kitchen features a large island topped with Caesarstone, stainless steel appliances by Betrazzoni, Bosch and Liebherr. Fourth floor residences feature floor to ceiling windows.
Two bedrooms, a full bath, and a spacious laundry—complete with LG 30 gas washer and dryer, sink, and generous storage room—occupy the second floor. The floors of each home are finished in natural wood and each is equipped with a video intercom.
The third floor has an en-suite master bathroom with a deep soaking tub, heated floors, a double vanity, and glass shower stall. The downstairs floor is ideal for entertaining, with a large media room, half-bath, and generous closet space.
The surrounding area is a vibrant mixture of Brooklyn’s past—Walt Whitman called the Navy Yard home—and its future, with a wide range of artists and artisans calling the neighborhood home. The shopping, bars, and restaurants of Fort Greene and Clinton Hill are nearby, and the Navy Yard is soon to be home to Brooklyn’s first Wegmans supermarket and a deluxe food court with an outpost of Russ & Daughters.
Listed by Peter Denby and BJ Engler of Halstead Property, the ask is $2.075 million. See below for more pictures. Anticipated occupancy is this year.