$3.5M Cobble Hill townhouse has classical interiors and a cool roof deck

Posted On Wed, June 10, 2020 By

Posted On Wed, June 10, 2020 By In Cobble Hill, Cool Listings

Photo credit: Allyson Lubow, courtesy The Corcoran Group

Located in the heart of Cobble Hill at 206 Warren Street, this charming brick rowhouse has all the classical elements you’d hope for in a townhouse–moldings, built-ins, tin ceilings–as well as a lovely private roof deck. The three-story, three-bedroom home has just hit the market for $3,495,000.

The home was built in 1905 in the Neo-Grec style and retains much of its original charm.

The living room has two large street-facing windows, as well as a wood-burning fireplace with stone mantle and built-in shelving units that take up one whole wall.

The kitchen and dining area, both painted in a super cheer yellow, are also on the parlor floor. The renovated kitchen has Sub Zero, Viking, and Bosch appliances, and the dining room is highlighted by floor-to-ceiling built-in shelving and a tin ceiling.

Down on the floor below, there’s one bedroom and a large den/home office that has another tin ceiling, a fireplace, a closet, a washer/dryer nook, and an en-suite bathroom.

Two more bedrooms are on the third floor. The master, pictured above, has three windows, custom built-ins, and a walk-in closet. The other bedroom boasts a wood-burning fireplace. The bathroom on this floor was recently renovated and features a rain-censored skylight.

The private roof deck is quite large and has enough room for two separate seating areas and an outdoor kitchen if the new owner so desires. It’s fully irrigated.

The home is close to all of Cobble Hill’s shops and restaurants and is just two blocks from the F and G trains at Bergen Street.

[Listing: 206 Warren Street by Ellen Gottlieb, James A Stubbs, and Althea Wilson-Berkowitz of The Corcoran Group]


Photo credit: Allyson Lubow, courtesy The Corcoran Group

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