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168 Coffey Street

Between Conover Street and Ferris Street
Townhouse
$2,150,000

This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $2,150,000
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 3
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 9
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,700
Key Features
Garden

Located on one of Red Hooks best blocks this apprx 20x48 ft two family house at 168 Coffey Street stands out! Built in 1867 as one of 7 on the block, this charming home sits on a 20x100 lot on a quaint cobblestone street with a beautiful brick facade and a welcoming front garden.
Bring your architect and renovate as you please--this townhome is not landmarked! The parlor and second floors make up the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom duplex with tons of living space and two kitchens! Southern light fills the front rooms which are adorned with decorative fireplaces and delicate prewar details including wide plank floors on the second level. Each of the kitchens overlook the peaceful 20 x 46 ft private garden surrounded by lush greenery.
The sunny garden level has its own entrance under the stoop. Clean, renovated, and just as charming as the rest of the house, this is the perfect place to stay while you renovate the upstairs to your taste! There is also a washer/dryer in the apartment. The full height basement level contains the utility room and is ideal for storage, and most importantly, was NOT affected or flooded during Hurricane Sandy. Panoramic views of Manhattan and New York Harbor are visible from the roof.
168 Coffey is ideally situated in Red Hook, located just a few blocks from great food, fun and ferry options: the NYC East River Ferry, Fairway, Brooklyn Crab, Red Hook Winery, Red Hook Lobster Pound, IKEA and Pioneer Works.

Red Hook
Runs from the East River to the Brooklyn-Queens expressway, with Atlantic Avenue as its northern boundary.
Red Hook is developing, condo by condo, from the waterside out. The once-industrial neighborhood has welcomed popular grocer Fairway as a keystone in its redevelopment. Now, one of New York’s oldest working ports is home to new condos that offer amenities such as solid mahogany doors, Jacuzzi tubs, and private balconies. Roof decks — some shared, some private — take advantage of the stunning water views, which include unrivaled sights of the Statue of Liberty. Additionally, some apartments are located in converted townhouses whose renovations include central air conditioning, kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and oak floors.
Explore Red Hook

This home has been sold

168 Coffey Street
Between Conover Street and Ferris Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $2,150,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $4
$Red Hook
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Units 2
Floors 3
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 3
Rooms 9
Approx. Sq. Ft. 2,700

Located on one of Red Hooks best blocks this apprx 20x48 ft two family house at 168 Coffey Street stands out! Built in 1867 as one of 7 on the block, this charming home sits on a 20x100 lot on a quaint cobblestone street with a beautiful brick facade and a welcoming front garden.
Bring your architect and renovate as you please--this townhome is not landmarked! The parlor and second floors make up the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom duplex with tons of living space and two kitchens! Southern light fills the front rooms which are adorned with decorative fireplaces and delicate prewar details including wide plank floors on the second level. Each of the kitchens overlook the peaceful 20 x 46 ft private garden surrounded by lush greenery.
The sunny garden level has its own entrance under the stoop. Clean, renovated, and just as charming as the rest of the house, this is the perfect place to stay while you renovate the upstairs to your taste! There is also a washer/dryer in the apartment. The full height basement level contains the utility room and is ideal for storage, and most importantly, was NOT affected or flooded during Hurricane Sandy. Panoramic views of Manhattan and New York Harbor are visible from the roof.
168 Coffey is ideally situated in Red Hook, located just a few blocks from great food, fun and ferry options: the NYC East River Ferry, Fairway, Brooklyn Crab, Red Hook Winery, Red Hook Lobster Pound, IKEA and Pioneer Works.

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Red Hook
Runs from the East River to the Brooklyn-Queens expressway, with Atlantic Avenue as its northern boundary.
Red Hook is developing, condo by condo, from the waterside out. The once-industrial neighborhood has welcomed popular grocer Fairway as a keystone in its redevelopment. Now, one of New York’s oldest working ports is home to new condos that offer amenities such as solid mahogany doors, Jacuzzi tubs, and private balconies. Roof decks — some shared, some private — take advantage of the stunning water views, which include unrivaled sights of the Statue of Liberty. Additionally, some apartments are located in converted townhouses whose renovations include central air conditioning, kitchens with stainless-steel appliances and oak floors.
Explore Red Hook