71 Carroll Street, #3D

Condo | rented
Columbia Street and Hicks Street
WEB ID: 2507681
    • 2.5 BEDS
    • 2 BATHS
    • 1286 APPROX. SQFT
    • BUILT 2006

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    About 71 Carroll Street, #3D

    Lofty dreams deserve a LOFTY living space and there no finer loft like canvas on which to paint your dreams than this gorgeous triple mint 2.5 bedroom 2 bath loft with two private terraces and private parking. A dream kitchen with designer aqua oceana tiles and stainless appliances package, incredible dark wood floors, closets galore, stackable washer dryer, 2 large bedrooms, a giant home offi...

    key features
    • Corner apartment
    • Balcony
    • Elevator
    • Pet friendly
    • Partial city view
    • Partial skyline view
    • Central air
    • Dishwasher
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    Get to know Carroll Gardens

    South of Cobble Hill and north of Red Hook, Carroll Gardens was long simply part of the latter neighborhood. Then the Gowanus Expressway opened in 1941 and the two areas diverged, though it wasn’t until the 1960s that the name Carroll Gardens was coined and took hold. The area’s history as part of Red Hook helps explain its demographics. In the late 19th century Italian-American dockworkers from Red Hook, and later from the Brooklyn Navy Yard, settled here. While today only about a quarter of the neighborhood is still Italian-American, restaurants, bakeries, and coffeeshops maintain the Italian feel of the neighborhood. Carroll Gardens is also known for the unusual shape of the lots on many streets, with houses having large front yards thanks to the original 1846 street plan for the development. Many of them are lush and green with plants, hence the “gardens” in the neighborhood’s name.

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    71 Carroll

    71 Carroll Street

    Apartment Building in Carroll Gardens

    Columbia Street and Hicks Street

    12 UNITS
    2006 BUILT