$2.25M Carroll Gardens Carriage House Has Three Floors, Two Terraces and One Parking Spot

Posted On Thu, June 23, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, June 23, 2016 By In Carroll Gardens, Cool Listings

This unassuming brick carriage house at 164 West 9th Street is tucked into the gentrified-industrial corner of south Brooklyn where Carroll Gardens meets Gowanus. The 2,100-square-foot townhouse has been thoroughly renovated and infused with enough charm to make it a nice turnkey option for a buyer who’s looking for a condo alternative–for $2.25 million. Interiors have been given modern upgrades like central AC, all new mechanicals, and attractive finishes, and a curb cut makes parking easy, a rare gift in busy Brooklyn.

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Three bedrooms (with room for a possible fourth), three-and-a-half baths, a large finished basement and two terraces add to the Brooklyn lifestyle quotient.

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On the main floor there’s plenty of light from those street-level (which has its pros and cons) historic carriage house doors and windows and lots of space for living and dining. A chef’s kitchen is dressed to impress with a Bertazzoni induction range, Bosch dishwasher, Fisher & Paykel fridge, marble countertops, custom white cabinetry and a subway tile backsplash. Wide- plank oak floors lend warmth throughout. Off the main living space–with its own separate street entrance–are a powder room and a home office that could be used as a formal dining room or guest room.

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The finished lower level has polished concrete floors, exposed brick and glass block windows; the large space could be an additional guest room, media room or home office. On this level you’ll also find a real laundry room and a full bathroom.

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Up a modern blackened steel and oak staircase on the second floor are two bedrooms. The master suite opens onto a charming terrace.

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On the top floor there’s a third small bedroom and a large terrace with skyline views. The home’s bathroom finishes have been thoughtfully chosen with a clean mix of subway and penny tile and white marble, custom vanities and great lighting.

If you’d rather use public transportation, the F and G trains stop nearby, and the location itself is outstanding, with countless markets (including the borough’s only Whole Foods, at least for now) and shops (IKEA!), restaurants, bars, cafes, parks and community activities in every direction in the aforementioned neighborhoods and in Red Hook just across the highway.

[Listing: 164 West 9th Street by Deborah Rieders, Sarah Shuken and Alexander Campos for Corcoran Group]

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