Listing images by Matt Vacca, courtesy of Compass
Located in a former warehouse at 29 Tiffany Place that was converted to condos in 1999, this loft-like Cobble Hill pad underwent a recent renovation which, among other upgrades, transformed it from a three bedroom to a two bedroom with a bigger living room. The unit last sold in 2015 for $1.155 million, and has just hit the market asking $1.295 million.
Losing the third bedroom created a significantly larger living space, where you can enjoy the loft-like qualities of the residence—11-foot ceilings, exposed wood beams, and columns—and plenty of room for entertaining. A rolling ladder provides access to overhead storage while three large, west-facing windows with custom, patterned shades bring in plenty of light to warm up the dark wood.
An eat-in kitchen pops with red accents (you’ll see a bigger dose of the same color in one of the bedrooms) and a new suite of appliances, including a dishwasher.
Both bedrooms are on the small side at roughly 10-feet by 11-feet. There are two bathrooms, one of which includes a washer and dryer.
The eight-story building boasts a part-time doorman, live-in super, a newly renovated gym, common roof deck, bicycle storage, and a laundry room. A more unusual perk that’s sure to appeal to commuters is The Tiffany Place Shuttle that makes regular trips between the building and the Borough Hall subway station.
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Listing images by Matt Vacca; courtesy of Compass
Neighborhoods : Cobble Hill