Duplex Loft in a Former Ping Pong Factory Asks $1.1 Million in Clinton Hill

Posted On Thu, August 27, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, August 27, 2015 By In Clinton Hill, Cool Listings, Interiors

110 Clifton Place, in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, is a prewar warehouse building that formerly housed a ping pong factory. Today, unsurprisingly, it’s home to luxury loft apartments. This one is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom duplex with a whole lotta space—1,200 square feet to be exact—that also comes with its own private roof deck. The listing calls it “quintessential loft living” and we’d have to agree, with the high ceilings, spiral staircase and big windows. Its asking price? $1.1 million.

This really is a cool spot, with a big open dining and living room under 12-foot ceilings. Extra details in the open living space include a red fireplace (why aren’t more fireplaces red?) and the original factory columns. The huge windows mean tons of light.

Although the main floor is mostly open, there’s enough space to create a distinct dining room, apart from the living room. The current owners have taken advantage of all the wall space with some interesting art.

The kitchen is separated from the living area by a breakfast bar. It’s also boasting plenty of space.

On the main floor you’ve got both bedroom and both bathrooms, as well. The spiral staircase in the living room leads to what is strictly a sleeping loft. Pictured above, the master bedroom, which has its own bathroom.

The best thing about this loft? It’s own private roof deck! There’s enough space for lounge chairs, a patio table, a BBQ and landscaping. Too bad this hit the market near the end of summertime.

[Listing: 110 Clifton Place, #4H by Jean Charles for Town Residential]

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