This $1.8M two-bedroom in the Ansonia clock factory is a loft lover’s South Slope dream
Listing photos by Allyson Lubow, courtesy of the Corcoran Group
The Ansonia Court loft building at 420 12th Street, formerly a clock factory in Brooklyn’s south Park Slope, has something of a cult following. Known for its European-style interior courtyard and rustic industrial-era interior architecture, the apartments within tend to be spacious, spare and cozy. Asking $1.775 million, this two-bedroom home is no exception.
The apartment spans over 1,400 square feet framed by 13-foot ceilings and four enormous factory windows offering green vistas from north and west exposures. A 30-foot-long living room is bordered by a custom-designed open kitchen tucked beneath the clock factory’s original wood beams and exposed brick. Bleached oak flooring adds an updated, airy Nordic feel.
The endless master bedroom boasts a renovated bath with wood tile flooring and new fixtures.
The smaller second bedroom has an exposed brick wall and more huge loft windows.
Mechanicals and in-unit washer-dryer are new. The building offers a full-time super and groundskeeper. Though currently configured as a two-bedroom home, the space could easily be converted to three bedrooms by stealing space from the massive master suite (see the alternate floor-plan).
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Image Credit: Allyson Lubow courtesy of The Corcoran Group