Charming $1.15M Greenpoint Garden Duplex Arrives Just in Time for Spring

Posted On Fri, April 29, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, April 29, 2016 By In Cool Listings, Greenpoint

If you find yourself drawn to the idea of living in Greenpoint, you’re definitely not alone. An afternoon in the neighborhood that was until recently a sleepy north Brooklyn Polish enclave on the waterfront with artists’ lofts and good schools would convince almost anyone that it’s a perfect place to call home. There’s a building boom happening along the river, new ferry service has arrived and the G train is becoming the popular underdog. All of that makes this two-bedroom condominium at 182 Huron Street a hot prospect, though the 1,250-foot duplex with a landscaped garden makes a good case all on its own.

182 Huron Street, Cool Listings, Greenpoint,

Oversized windows and sliding glass doors on the upper floor bring in lots of light and look out onto a tranquil garden, while the lower floor is downright cozy with its gas fireplace. The home’s current owners have created a perfect space for indoor/outdoor dining and entertaining, but a flexible floor plan would also work well for a two-bedroom home with a master bedroom suite downstairs.

182 Huron Street, Cool Listings, Greenpoint,

The kitchen is functional and up-to-date, with granite countertops and stainless steel GE appliances.

182 Huron Street, Cool Listings, Greenpoint,

182 Huron Street, Cool Listings, Greenpoint,

The lower-level master suite has an enormous walk-in closet and a washer-dryer, and the apartment has closets at every turn. The professionally landscaped patio/garden is definitely a highlight, perfect for gardening, partying or just getting your daily sunshine quota. You’re also getting a gas fireplace, a sauna and a Jacuzzi tub–so you can just move in and start living.

[Listing: 182 Huron Street, Unit 1B by Bryan Kosarek for Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty]

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