Listing images by Rise Media
Just a few blocks away from both McCarren and McGorlick Parks, this ground-floor Greenpoint co-op at 100 Newel Street is a rare find for the asking price of $699,000. It’s full of pre-war elements like original hardwood floors and wainscoting, mixed with modern pops of color and a freshly renovated kitchen and bathroom. While the railroad layout is less than ideal, charming details in every room—including two fireplaces—make it a cozy and intimate place to call home.
On the east end of the unit, the renovated kitchen pops with custom cabinetry in three shades of red, juxtaposed against white Carrera marble countertops. There’s a butcher block island with a cooktop and additional storage, a wood-burning fireplace, and a suite of Bosch appliances.
Off the kitchen, a bathroom with all new fixtures features an organic pattern of limestone wall tiles and a travertine countertop with open shelving underneath. Not pictured is a small window overlooking the kitchen, which was repurposed from a transom window, according to the listing.
A dining room area with custom shelving leads into the open living room.
Black paint boldly frames the entrance to the bedroom, which gets great western light through its large bay windows. The room boasts a decorative fireplace and a generously-sized closet.
The unit is one of eight in the building, and all share the manicured back garden. Residents have access to complimentary laundry and bike storage in the basement, and each apartment gets a 100 square foot storage unit included in the $500 monthly maintenance fees.
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Listing images by Rise Media; courtesy The Corcoran Group
Neighborhoods : Greenpoint