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This move-in-ready Cobble Hill condominium at 173 Amity Street, asking $2,995,000, offers the rare perks of private outdoor space, skyline views, and flexibility (if you’re willing to do a bit of work). On the top floor of a historic limestone townhouse on a picturesque Brooklyn block, this 1,510-square-foot light-filled home offers three exposures, a 500-square-foot roof terrace, and central AC. Currently configured with two bedrooms and two bathrooms plus a home office and dining room, the unit could easily gain a third bedroom if needed.
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A triplex apartment found inside a historic Brooklyn church has hit the market. The unique apartment is within the adaptive reuse development The Arches at Cobble Hill, which transformed the former St. Peter’s Church into condominiums in 2005. Now on the market asking $3,495,000 is a four-bedroom that boasts original details, like stained glass windows, wood beams, and the church’s steeple.
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All the work has already been done inside this pristine home within a 25-foot-wide historic Cobble Hill brownstone at 211 Warren Street. The two-bedroom, two-bath condominium, asking $2,150,000, has carefully-chosen fixtures and finishes, plenty of closet space, gracious rooms, central air, and a washer/dryer.
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Even a pandemic can’t keep a New York City shopper down. The city’s retail landscape may look different now, but that hasn’t dimmed the sparkle of beautiful baubles, clever crafts, and the company of fellow shoppers. While most of the city’s holiday markets went virtual last year, many of our favorites have returned in their fabulous original form. The big Manhattan markets at Union Square, Bryant Park, and Columbus Circle are still impressive, but smaller, more intimate neighborhood gems shine brightly on their own. They’re all great places to find seasonal delights like ice skating, live music, drinks, food, and family fun designed to keep shoppers’ spirits bright.
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On the market for the first time, asking $12,500,000, this 25-foot-wide new-construction townhouse at 57 Wyckoff Street in Cobble Hill is a modern dream home in historic Brooklyn. Designed by Workshop/APD, the 7,000-square-foot townhouse was built three years ago, a stunning addition to a classic tree-lined block. From the elevator and walls of glass to the rooftop hot tub, there’s room for just about everything and everyone in this single-family five-bedroom home.
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Because this Cobble Hill co-op was originally two separate apartments, its combined layout is quite unique. The building at 242 Baltic Street has an interior lightwell, which creates two narrow hallways off the living space–one that’s configured as a galley kitchen, the other as a den. Overall, the three-bedroom home is pretty and bright, with lots of cozy areas to curl up in. It’s asking $1,750,000.
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Cobble Hill‘s co-op building at 121 Pacific Street was originally built in 1879 as a life preserver and ring buoy warehouse. Known as the Atlantic-Pacific Building, it was eventually converted to 46 apartments. This top-floor unit is described as a “mini-townhome,” with two floors, two bedrooms, and a 400-square-foot terrace. Asking $1,750,000, it’s also a lovely combination of original architectural details and stylish, modern updates and decor.
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If townhouses were students, this Cobble Hill home would definitely be the teacher’s pet. Unlike most townhouses anywhere in New York City, it has a 25-foot wide adjacent lot that’s used as gated parking, as well as 3,500 square feet of outdoor space that looks like it could be right out of a Napa Valley vineyard. The $12,750,000 house is currently configured as an owner’s triplex and an income-generating garden-level apartment, though it could easily be transformed into a grand, single-family residence.
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Not many people can say they live in a 19th-century carriage house, but here’s a rare opportunity to rent a large, one-bedroom apartment in one in Cobble Hill. Built in 1830, 173 Pacific Street is comprised of two units, and this one is on the second level. Highlights include beamed ceilings, a floor-to-ceiling brick fireplace, and a rear balcony. The home is asking $4,100 a month.
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For the first time since 1977, this one-of-a-kind Cobble Hill home is up for sale. Located at 16 Verandah Place, it’s the widest home on the block at 28 feet, and it was constructed in 1859 as a carriage house and stable. Now listed for $5.2 million, the four-bedroom home is full of original details, including the original stable floor, exposed brick, and beamed ceilings. An added fun fact–it was used as a green room for the movie The Intern.
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