Want to live in the city without giving up your greenery? This $1.45 million two-bedroom garden apartment in Cobble Hill might be the perfect solution. It offers 1,020 square feet of space in a 25-foot-wide brownstone co-op, with a beautifully manicured backyard and a gorgeous patio. We’re talking enough green space to entertain you, friends and family, Fido, and your weedwhacker. Now that sounds promising.
Enter to find a large living room/dining room combination, with cute red trim around the windows and an exposed brick accent wall that has a pass through bar for the galley kitchen. For a more polished look, the cabinets in the kitchen have been painted black, and it sports stainless steel appliances, and stone countertops.
The renovated bathroom is strategically placed in a mini hallway right in front of the master bedroom, allowing easy access for you and your guests. Meanwhile, the spacious master offers a large walk-in closet and southern light.
The second bedroom is on the other side of the kitchen and features a great view of the garden. And a tree doesn’t just grow in Brooklyn, but in your own backyard, with a gorgeous apple tree serving as the focal point of your lush private green space. The apartment also has a built-in surround sound speaker system and laundry in the basement.
135 Pacific Street was built in 1851. It’s conveniently located just a few blocks from the Brooklyn Bridge Park waterfront, and surrounded by the best of Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights, and Boerum Hill.
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