For $1.8M, a charming Clinton Hill duplex with a two-level backyard and a downstairs rec room
Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman
Asking $1,825,000, this airy duplex garden condo at 260 Greene Avenue in Clinton Hill has two official bedrooms and two and a half baths. A sunny backyard spans both levels, serving as an outdoor extension of a lower-level rec room. Known as Copper House, the new-construction condominium residence was completed in 2014.
Enter on the home’s upper level into an open floor plan living space. Above are 11-foot ceilings with recessed lighting, with herringbone-patterned hardwood flooring below. A triple-pane front window with custom cellular shades blocks noise and adds sunlight.
Adjacent to the living room, an open kitchen has breakfast bar seating. The kitchen is outfitted with a Bertazzoni range and microwave, Bosch dishwasher, and Fisher & Paykel French door refrigerator; additional highlights include maintenance-free quartz countertops and garbage disposal.
Behind the kitchen, the primary bedroom features a well-designed walk-through closet and an en-suite bath. The second bedroom boasts a large walk-in closet and a full bath. Bathrooms feature marble fixtures and rain showers; there is a large linen closet in the hallway just outside.
Downstairs on the lower level is a full-width rec room surrounded by a walk-in closet, a half bath, and a laundry room with generous cabinetry and a slop sink. Use the space as a guest bedroom, entertaining space, playroom, or home office.
Part of the charm of this sunny Brooklyn duplex is a pair of private outdoor spaces: The higher space features a wood deck below a removable sunshade, highlighted by integrated lighting, built-in seating, planters, and low-maintenance artificial turf. The lower level offers a play area offering the same turf carpeting. The C and G subway lines are just a few blocks away, as are a growing collection of restaurants, cafes, and shops.
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Photos courtesy of Douglas Elliman.