68 Greene Avenue
Adelphi Street / Clermont Avenue Fort Greene
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.3,760
This breathtaking Italianate home in Fort Greene is the perfect fusion of restored historic details and sleek modern design. Situated just steps to the heart of the neighborhood's wonderful shops, transportation, restaurants and parks, this dramatic home has been masterfully restored with the highest-quality contemporary fixtures living in harmony with spectacular details that include; extra high ceilings, a sweeping staircase, original Piers mirrors, stunning plaster moldings, marble mantles, floor-to-ceiling windows and gorgeous inlaid wood floors. A legal four-unit home, it has been transformed into two units w an owner's triplex and garden rental. Just open a door and it becomes an even grander one family. Extra deep on every floor, the owner's triplex offers almost 3000 sq. ft of living space with 4 to 6 bedrooms, and an unrivaled double parlor with an eat-in-kitchen and one-of-a-kind bay windows that look out onto a landscaped garden. The chef's kitchen includes extra thick Quartz countertops, a sub-zero fridge, and stainless steel Bosch dishwasher, wall oven and cook top. Two designer bathrooms have been transformed into heaven; one with a deep soaking tub and the other into a huge walk-in wet room/shower complete with blue glass Bisazza tiles, Waterworks stone floors, & Duravit fixtures. Miele vented washer and dryer completes the package. The ground floor is equal quality to the owner's triplex & offers a high-income 2-bed rental opportunity. Showings by appt. only.
Additional features of this building include: Deep Soaking Tub Bath w Stone Floors & Marble, Great Shopping, Restaurants & Amenities, Bay Windows Overlook Landscaped Garden, Chef's Kitchen w Bosch Appliances, Spa-Like Wet Room w Bisazza Tile & Duravit Fixture, Steps to All Subways and Fort Greene Park, Sweeping Staircase, Beautifu Plaster Moldings and Medallions, Extra High Ceilings and Inlaid Wood Floors, and Incredible Italianate Facade.
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Runs from Atlantic Avenue on the South to Nassau Street on the north; from Flatbush Avenue on the West to Washington Avenue on the East.
If you want to live in Fort Greene why not start at the top? One Hanson Place, Brooklyn’s tallest building, has been converted into spectacular new condos with showplace views.