30 Strong Place
Kane Street/ Degraw Street Cobble Hill
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,400
This exquisite four-story single family Cobble Hill brownstone has undergone a thoughtful restoration that incorporates the perfect blend of modern sophistication -- including central air conditioning -- with stunning original details. The garden level of this lovely home has a fantastic open kitchen with stainless steel counters, open shelving, built in desk area and ample pantry. This floor has a beautiful dining room with original mantel, a cozy living room, as well as a powder room. The 1,100 square foot garden is accessed through the kitchen. Upstairs, the parlor floor features impressive 11.5 foot ceilings, original tile work, wood detail, pocket doors and two fireplaces (one wood burning, one decorative). Four large bedrooms, excellent closet space, a smaller den or home office, two renovated baths, and a washer/dryer can be found on the top two floors. The semi-finished basement has a new concrete floor and high ceilings and was formerly a recording studio that has been repurposed as a wonderful rec room. All mechanical systems are in excellent condition. The prime Cobble Hill location and character of this home make it the perfect Brooklyn option whether you are relocating to the neighborhood or trading up from a local apartment. Featured in various magazines for its style and details, including Martha Stewart Living and Domino, this home has a uniquely dramatic feel that's sure to satisfy even the most demanding house hunter.
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Runs from Degraw Street in the south to Atlantic Avenue in the north, from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the West to Court Street to the east.
Even though Cobble Hill is in Northwest Brooklyn, don’t be surprised if you hear old-timers call this neighborhood of serene brownstones “South Brooklyn” — because Cobble Hill was once south of the city of Brooklyn, where Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn are today. In fact, Cobble Hill’s one-way streets, bluestone sidewalks, and turn-of-the-century buildings, now mostly co-ops, give you the sensation of having slipped back a century or two. Apartments are often brownstone floor-throughs, many with renovated baths and kitchens.