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140 Warren Street

Apt. 3B
Between Hicks Street and Warren Place
Condo
$860,000
Maintenance/Common Charges: $683
Monthly Taxes: $906
What will this home cost?
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Smith St - Warren St
Subway number G Smith St - Warren St
Subway number 2 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 3 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 4 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 5 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number R Court St - Joralemon St
Essentials
Price $860,000
Type Condo
Bedrooms 2
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure North & South
Key Features
New Development
Pet Friendly
Exposed Brick
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Walk-In Closets

With its charming views out over tree-lined Warren Street in Cobble Hill, this two-bedroom condo has undergone a complete renovation. Framed by large sash windows with northern and southern exposures, the space offers an open and fluid layout with ample room to lounge, dine and entertain. Solid hardwood floors and exposed brick serve as a warm backdrop to the clean, contemporary finishes of the kitchen and bath. Featuring custom white lacquer cabinetry, a classic subway tile backsplash and polished grey quartz counters, the kitchen boasts a suite of full-size stainless steel appliances. Anchoring the rear-half of the apartment are the bedrooms, each offering a windowed walk-in closet. The gleaming bath is central to the apartment and adjacent to a linen closet.

Each unit in the building is unique, with exposed brick columns, arched doorways and ornate ironwork along the walkways. Best of all, the property comes with access to two amazing private park-like gardens that are a special amenity for Cobble Hill Towers residents, where beautiful grand iron gates welcome you into a space that feels like a secret garden with magnificent trees, blooming flowers and cozy Adirondack chairs for you to lounge in. Cobble Hill Towers is a 186-unit enclave of nine buildings built between 1876 & 1877 bordering Warren, Baltic and Hicks Streets. It features two communal green spaces, bike storage, and a laundry room. In close proximity Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cobble Hill Park and the Cobble Hill shopping/dining scene along court Street, Cobble Hill Towers is conveniently located near the F, G, 2, 3, 4, 5, and R trains.

Cobble Hill
Living in Cobble Hill
The charm of this neighborhood lies in its wealth of history and with so much of the area protected, you can be sure that the quiet streets and Greek Revival properties will still be here even if you came back in 50 years.
Explore Cobble Hill
140 Warren Street
Cobble Hill Towers
Cobble Hill Towers
The condominiums at Cobble Hill Towers are extremely well-priced for this fantastic location; many of the units have views of Manhattan and of brownstone Brooklyn. There are decorative railings on each terrace floor and along the top of the building. The stairwells are at the exterior (a fire prevention method at the time of construction), and lead to two terraces on each floor from which the apartments are accessed. The buildings surround two large private courtyards reserved for the exclusive use of residents and their guests.
Details
New development
Built in 1870
6 floors
24 units
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden

140 Warren Street
Apt. 3B
Between Hicks Street and Warren Place
Condo
Essentials
Price $860,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $683
Monthly Taxes $906
Type Condo
Bedrooms 2
Bathroom 1
Rooms 4
Exposure North & South

With its charming views out over tree-lined Warren Street in Cobble Hill, this two-bedroom condo has undergone a complete renovation. Framed by large sash windows with northern and southern exposures, the space offers an open and fluid layout with ample room to lounge, dine and entertain. Solid hardwood floors and exposed brick serve as a warm backdrop to the clean, contemporary finishes of the kitchen and bath. Featuring custom white lacquer cabinetry, a classic subway tile backsplash and polished grey quartz counters, the kitchen boasts a suite of full-size stainless steel appliances. Anchoring the rear-half of the apartment are the bedrooms, each offering a windowed walk-in closet. The gleaming bath is central to the apartment and adjacent to a linen closet.

Each unit in the building is unique, with exposed brick columns, arched doorways and ornate ironwork along the walkways. Best of all, the property comes with access to two amazing private park-like gardens that are a special amenity for Cobble Hill Towers residents, where beautiful grand iron gates welcome you into a space that feels like a secret garden with magnificent trees, blooming flowers and cozy Adirondack chairs for you to lounge in. Cobble Hill Towers is a 186-unit enclave of nine buildings built between 1876 & 1877 bordering Warren, Baltic and Hicks Streets. It features two communal green spaces, bike storage, and a laundry room. In close proximity Brooklyn Bridge Park, Cobble Hill Park and the Cobble Hill shopping/dining scene along court Street, Cobble Hill Towers is conveniently located near the F, G, 2, 3, 4, 5, and R trains.

New Development
Pet Friendly
Exposed Brick
Hardwood Floors
Prewar Detail
Walk-In Closets
Cobble Hill
Living in Cobble Hill
The charm of this neighborhood lies in its wealth of history and with so much of the area protected, you can be sure that the quiet streets and Greek Revival properties will still be here even if you came back in 50 years.
Explore Cobble Hill
Subway Lines
Subway number F Subway number G Subway number 2 Subway number 3 Subway number 4 Subway number 5 Subway number R
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number F Smith St - Warren St
Subway number G Smith St - Warren St
Subway number 2 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 3 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 4 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number 5 Court St - Joralemon St
Subway number R Court St - Joralemon St
140 Warren Street
Cobble Hill Towers
Cobble Hill Towers
The condominiums at Cobble Hill Towers are extremely well-priced for this fantastic location; many of the units have views of Manhattan and of brownstone Brooklyn. There are decorative railings on each terrace floor and along the top of the building. The stairwells are at the exterior (a fire prevention method at the time of construction), and lead to two terraces on each floor from which the apartments are accessed. The buildings surround two large private courtyards reserved for the exclusive use of residents and their guests.
Details
New development
Built in 1870
6 floors
24 units
Pet friendly
Amenities
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden