They say “cleanliness is next to godliness.” Well, if that’s the case, living in this sparkling former place of worship is probably sitting in godliness’s lap. That’s what this cool Gothic Revival studio offers for $2,995 per month. And as a bonus, you’ll be able to walk the paths of former Fort Greene resident, Walt Whitman.
The studio stuns from the start with ebonized wood floors, vaulted ceilings and a ginormous window with intricate panes. Exposed brick doesn’t just sit idly on the walls, but rather gets more involved with an arched doorway providing a grand entrance into the top-of-the-line kitchen. And after you check out all the restored original details, head into the modern bathroom with luxurious 21st century details.
No exact address is listed for this space, presumably because they want you to become one with the home and be there without being there…or something existential like that. However, we know it’s in the heart of a thriving neighborhood with cultural offerings like the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and Brooklyn Flea, with restaurants, stores and Fort Greene Park nearby. But if you’re looking for an even shorter commute to some greenery, there’s a shared yard in the building, along with complimentary laundry and central air and heat. That sounds like heaven in light of this year’s winter.
[Listing: Adelphi Street b/w Willoughby and Dekalb Avenues by Joshua Barker and Charles Ega of Ideal Properties Group]
Photos courtesy of Ideal Properties Group
Tags : Adelphi Street, Dekalb Avenue, exposed brick, Gothic Revival, shared courtyard, Willoughby Avenue
Neighborhoods : Fort Greene