301 Cooper Street
Irving Avenue and Knickerbocker Avenue Bushwick
Quality, functionality, and attention to detail set 301 Cooper Street apart from the rest. This two family townhouse in the invigorating neighborhood of Bushwick has just been renovated with a keen eye for sumptuous living. Enter the impressive parlor floor to discover spacious living and dining areas complete with custom millwork and select seven-inch-wide red Oak flooring. The living and dining areas are completely open to the professional style kitchen, which boasts Michelangelo Quartz countertops, brand new Viking appliances, including double wall ovens, custom gray wooden cabinetry with brushed brass hardware, and a rear wall of casement style windows leading to your deck and lush garden. Upstairs, find three gracious bedrooms and two designer baths with deep soaking tubs, intricate brass hardware, 3D wall tiles, and vanities with ample room for storage. The master bedroom spans the home’s full 17 foot width and has two closets! On the garden floor, a one bedroom unit is the perfect rental or guest suite! 301 Cooper Street features solid-core doors, central heating and air conditioning, new windows, recessed and pendant lighting, a new brick façade, and more. This is all within a few blocks of neighborhood favorites, including Nowadays, Routine Bushwick, Father Knows Best, Houdini's Pizza, Bridge and Tunnel Brewery, and just 4 short blocks to the Halsey L train.
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Living in Bushwick
As the up-and-coming bohemian hangout of Brooklyn, Bushwick is chock-full of apartments to both rent and buy. The neighborhood is sometimes described as a unique melding of the East Village and Williamsburg, rolled into the industrial setting of northeastern Brooklyn. Former industrial lofts and warehouses have been converted to live/work spaces, as well as artists’ studios. Many of these residences and work spaces in Bushwick still retain details, like expansive spaces and soaring ceilings, found in those old lofts and warehouses.