Talk about an apartment with good bones. This modern condo was carved from the historic four-story townhouse at 347 Gates Avenue, in Bedford-Stuyvesant. The condo conversion brought sleek finishes to each floor-through apartment, and this one on the third floor is now asking $855,000. It is located on a block of Bed-Stuy lined with picturesque townhouses, just a half block from the main drag of Bedford Avenue and close to the A/C trains on the Nostrand stop.
This 816-square-foot apartment holds two bedrooms, two bathrooms and an open living and dining area. The space is lined with large windows and sits adjacent to the kitchen, which also benefits from the streaming light. The modern finishes include herringbone style hardwood floors, natural wood windows and designer light fixtures. The kitchen’s been outfitted with floor-to-ceiling custom cabinetry as well as a marble style island with a matching backsplash.
Both bedrooms are located on the opposite side of the apartment, separated from the living area by the kitchen. Each come with closet space and windows that overlook the surrounding townhouses.
The striking brick facade of 347 Gates was lovingly preserved and fits in well on this historic block. Historic architecture on the outside and modern finishes for the apartment: it’s the best of both worlds at this conveniently-located Bed-Stuy pad.
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Neighborhoods : Bed-Stuy