476A Hancock StreetApt. 1
Between Lewis Avenue and Marcus Garvey Boulevard Bedford-Stuyvesant
Nearby Subway Stations
- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,423
- New Development
- Central air
A Stuyvesant Heights condominium has come to market in bustling Bed-Stuy the new center of Brownstone Brooklyn. 476 Hancock Street Unit 1 is a sparkling New Development condominium in the heart of Stuyvesant Heights and perfectly located in Bed-Stuy to take advantage of the convenience of the Stuyvesant Heights restaurant scene with close proximity to the Utica Avenue A and C trains, just minutes to Manhattan.
476 Hancock Street Unit 1 is a sunlit, serene oasis of elegant luxury with a lofty 1,423 sq ft duplex layout, and 281 sq feet of private outdoor space. Every detail of 476 Hancock Street Unit 1, from the double-paned walls of windows to the stylish baths and stainless steel kitchen represents Stuyvesant Heights' rich history while maintaining a thoroughly modern vibe.
Experience Bed-Stuy townhouse-style living with the convenience of low-maintenance condo ownership: 476 Hancock Street Unit 1 is both an investment in Bed-Stuy and a commitment to chic and comfortable living. You must see it to believe it, so make an appointment to view now.
Amenities include: -20' wide Great Room with ample room for living and dining. -High end Kitchen featuring a custom island with storage, Fisher Paykel fridge with ice and water, Miele dishwasher and Bertazzoni gas range. -South-facing wall of windows flooding the apartment with gorgeous sunlight.-Private Laundry Room with sink and washer/dryer hookups. -Central HVAC system.
Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Bedford-Stuyvesant’s coolness credentials are impeccable. Pronounced bed-sty (rhymes with “my”), New York City’s famous Brooklyn neighborhood featured in lyrics to Billy Joel’s “You May Be Right”, was practically its own character in Spike Lee’s film, Do the Right Thing, and was a source of inspiration for comedian Chris Rock’s television show, Everybody Hates Chris. Living in Bedford-Stuyvesant means inheriting, embracing, and celebrating a rich architectural and social legacy.