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17 Dikeman Street

Dwight Street/Otsego Street
Townhouse
$1,550,000

This home has been sold

Essentials
Price $1,550,000
Type Townhouse
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 8

This turn of the century carriage house is currently utilized as unique single family home.the 9.5 foot ceilings provide dramatic flare to the open kitchen,dining and living room,which are ideal for entertaining.The floor to glass doors allow for an abundance of light to flood the home from landscaped south garden with Brazilian teak deck.The glass element to the garden is a slide and fold system which opens completely and allows for a fluid transition between inside and outside.Terrazzo floors through out the interior and exterior living spaces emphasizes the seamless indoor-out door living.Reclaimed wood elements are juxtaposed to the clean,simple lines of the design combined with high functionality.
Floating shelves made out of reclaimed wood,radiant heated floors and 2 wood burning fireplaces ad warmth.There are walnut floors through out the uppers sleeping quarters,which
are currently used as 2 large rooms and can be easily be turned into 3 or 4 bedrooms.Custom storage and cedar lined closets throughout.Green roof with views of skyline.This lovely home has the added plus of drive in garage parking.

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

17 Dikeman Street
Dwight Street/Otsego Street
Townhouse
Essentials
Price $1,550,000
Maintenance/Common Charges $4
$Red Hook
% down $Townhouse
Type Townhouse
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 2
Rooms 8

This turn of the century carriage house is currently utilized as unique single family home.the 9.5 foot ceilings provide dramatic flare to the open kitchen,dining and living room,which are ideal for entertaining.The floor to glass doors allow for an abundance of light to flood the home from landscaped south garden with Brazilian teak deck.The glass element to the garden is a slide and fold system which opens completely and allows for a fluid transition between inside and outside.Terrazzo floors through out the interior and exterior living spaces emphasizes the seamless indoor-out door living.Reclaimed wood elements are juxtaposed to the clean,simple lines of the design combined with high functionality.
Floating shelves made out of reclaimed wood,radiant heated floors and 2 wood burning fireplaces ad warmth.There are walnut floors through out the uppers sleeping quarters,which
are currently used as 2 large rooms and can be easily be turned into 3 or 4 bedrooms.Custom storage and cedar lined closets throughout.Green roof with views of skyline.This lovely home has the added plus of drive in garage parking.

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