A condo full of Shaker woodwork detail in Brooklyn’s Bed-Stuy neighborhood has hit the market for $799,000. The two-bedroom, two bath home at 464 Hancock Street boasts 10-foot-high ceilings, a functioning wood stove, and an envy-inducing windowed clawfoot tub. The sunlight-drenched home also features Shaker woodwork peg racks in most of the rooms and along the hallways, making for a unique storage addition.
In the living room, 10-foot, vaulted ceilings with light-wood flooring, gives the feeling of more room. Perfectly situated next to the dining area, a wood stove helps keep the room warm during meals.
Small and slightly outdated, but gets the job done, the kitchen features lots of windows and space to dine. Plus, the peg racks continue in this room, allowing for more storage in the tight space.
The bright master bedroom features wide-plank flooring and exposed brick, which is painted white. Notably, the bedroom features its own bathroom with a windowed clawfoot tub. There is also a separate shower and heated floors. A private balcony can be accessed through this room.
A second bedroom sits near the master suite and includes its own full bathroom. The home also comes with an extra room that includes two windows (and more peg racks). Additional storage and a laundry room can be found in the basement.
Other perks of the condo include its rooftop, shared with the next-door unit, and its location on a historic, tree-lined block, just a few blocks from local favorites Peaches HotHouse and Saraghina.
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All photos courtesy of Compass
Tags : 464 Hancock Street
Neighborhoods : Bed-Stuy