203 Huntington Street
Between Smith Street and Court Street Carroll Gardens
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.2,960
- Cable ready
- Alarm system
Beauty, space and light; yes, you can have them all in a cozy Brooklyn Townhouse. Originally constructed around the Turn of The Century, this three story townhome was completely rebuilt from top-to-bottom five years ago, with entirely new mechanical systems and the highest-end finishes. This home is the one you have been waiting for and presents the opportunity to own a tastefully renovated move-in ready two family townhouse, at a reasonable price.
Currently configured as an owner’s triplex with a full cellar and a studio rental. The open concept floor plan is perfect for entertaining large groups with a chef’s kitchen featuring a Wolf range, Sub Zero refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher or to host more intimate gatherings snuggling up by one of your two working wood burning fire places.
Your new home is flooded with natural light from the wall of “city quiet” glass at the back of the house that opens onto a beautiful bluestone patio. Pick fresh vegetables and herbs from your lush landscaped garden and cook them in your outdoor kitchen – ideal for dining alfresco! Entertaining is enhanced by the downstairs family room that gives little ones a separate play area that is also easily accessible from the backyard.
The second floor boasts beautiful exposed brick, skylights and houses a generous master bedroom with a custom walk in closet and dressing area, as well as two other bedrooms and a spa like-bathroom. All this and a laundry room, work shop and rec space storage in the cellar. Perfect for an expanding family!
Located in the heart of historic Carroll Gardens, this classic townhouse is half a block from Buttermilk Channel, and blocks away from neighborhood favorite Frankies 457, as well as all of Court Street’s culinary and cultural delights. Just across the Gowanus Canal is the famed Bell House music venue and Brooklyn’s Whole Foods Market. The F and G trains stop just a block away.
Additional features of this building include: Working Wood Burning Fireplaces, Wide Plank Cherry-wood Floors , Exposed Brick , and Beamed Ceiling .
Living in Carroll Gardens
Carroll Gardens offers residents a taste of vintage New York. The Brooklyn borough is bounded by Degraw Street on the north, Hamilton Avenue on the south, Hicks Street on the west and Smith Street on the east. Within these confines are the brilliant gardens that give the neighborhood its name.