For $2.75M, this adorable Fort Greene carriage house is the perfect live/work opportunity

Posted On Wed, September 16, 2020 By

Posted On Wed, September 16, 2020 By In Cool Listings, Fort Greene

Photos by Alyson Lubow, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Most New Yorkers have had to get creative with their remote work situations, but if you’re on the #WFH train for the long haul, you may need to consider an upgrade. And if you’ve got $2,750,000 to shell out, consider this incredible Fort Greene carriage house. Built in 1925, the super unique residence was fully renovated in 2014 and now includes a conference room, three offices, and even a recording studio. It’s not technically set up as a private home, but with a full kitchen, rear terrace, and tons of space, it easily could be.

Enter through the original carriage house doors into what the listing calls the “lounge.”

From there, the recording studio, a half bath, and an office are off the hallway.

In the rear of the first level is the kitchen, which has stainless-steel appliances, a white subway tile backsplash, and a center island. The room gets an industrial vibe from the metal staircase (there’s another staircase in the front, too), exposed ductwork, and arched windows.

Through frosted glass doors off the kitchen is the conference room or additional office.

Upstairs, the central open space stays bright thanks to cutouts into the adjoining rooms.

The street-facing office space has large doors that open to a small terrace.

There are a full bathroom and another office in the back of the second floor.

The rear terrace is large enough for a seating/dining area and even a barbecue. As the listing explains, there is “additional FAR available to build a half floor and a terrace on the roof.”

The property is just a block from Fort Greene Park and a few blocks from the B, N, Q, R trains at DeKalb Avenue and the 2, 3, 4, 5 trains at Nevins Street.

[Listing: 10 Saint Felix Street by Ellen Gottlieb and James A. Stubbs of The Corcoran Group]

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Photos by Alyson Lubow, courtesy of The Corcoran Group

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