Old and new meet at this $1.4M Greenpoint duplex with brick feature wall and glass-enclosed staircase
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Old and new meet at this $1.4M Greenpoint duplex with brick feature wall and glass-enclosed staircase

June 6, 2018

Located in 62 Norman Avenue, a three-story building built in 1898 on the border of Greenpoint and Williamsburg, this large, 1,250-square-foot duplex condo has been beautifully renovated, blending old and new. With an exposed brick feature wall and beautiful, custom glasswork around the stairs, the stylish two-bedroom is asking $1,395,000.

62 Norman Ave

The exposed brick feature wall adds character to the bright living room lit by large bay windows with city views. There are three different exposures throughout, and the apartment has 12-foot-high ceilings, new energy efficient windows, and Nest temperature control.

62 Norman Ave

The kitchen is modern with subway tiles, a breakfast bar, cool black counters, and stainless appliances, including a dishwasher and large French door refrigerator.

62 Norman Ave

62 Norman Ave

Both bedrooms have newly renovated ensuite bathrooms There’s also a half bath on the main floor that features a washer/dryer.

Additionally, McCarren Park and the G train at Nassau Avenue are only one block away. The L train at Bedford Avenue are less than 10 minutes away.


[Listing 62 Norman Ave, #6 by Sean Curneen for Citi Habitats]

Photos courtesy of CitiHabitats

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