Carroll Gardens duplex with a private entrance and bonus basement asks $1.5M

Posted On Mon, June 12, 2017 By

Posted On Mon, June 12, 2017 By In Carroll Gardens, Cool Listings, Interiors

This Carroll Gardens duplex offers ton of space to spread out. A private entrance from the 1930s brick building, at 483 Court Street, leads into a two bedroom, spanning 1,250 square feet over two floors. There’s also an entire basement below the unit, as well as a private deck and garden off the lower level. This is the only apartment on the market at the quaint five-unit cooperative, and it’s asking $1.495 million.

The lower level holds all the living space. Down here, there is a dining room off the spiral staircase, a kitchen, a living room and full bathroom. The dining room is lined with built-in storage and has a skylight above. The living room features a decorative wood mantel, flanked by built-in bookshelves.

The kitchen sits in the middle of the living and dining rooms. It’s got wood cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, granite counters and extra storage and work space. The basement, with a washer/dryer unit, is right below.

From the living room, you step onto the deck, and down to the garden below. The lush space is planted with a variety of hostas and other perennials.

The spiral staircase takes you to the second floor, with two large bedrooms, an office and two sizable closets. The master, with an en-suite bath, looks out over the garden below. The second bedroom gets plenty of afternoon light through two large, west-facing windows.

 

483 Court Street is a self-managed, five-unit co-op. The apartment is basically in the heart of Carroll Gardens and within short walking distance to the neighborhood’s best restaurants, like Buttermilk Channel and Frankie’s 457. The F/G trains at the Carroll and Smith/9th Street subway stops are about five minute walks away.

[Listing: 483 Court Street, #1R/2R by Heather McMaster for Corcoran]

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