Fitting right in with the refined/quirky feel of Brooklyn’s Columbia Street Waterfront, this two-bedroom corner condominium has been outfitted with pretty custom details that highlight the basics of the warehouse conversion at 29 Tiffany Place. Rustic bones and creative renovations make this spacious two-bedroom home appear anything but square.
Inside are 11-foot ceilings and oversized windows with attractive wood blinds that complement exposed post-and-beam construction and original wood details. Walls have been painted a pretty collection of hues, from tranquil grays to a fitting Tiffany blue.
A recently-renovated kitchen has a new GE range and refrigerator, GE dishwasher, and quartz countertops. A wood-topped breakfast bar divides the kitchen from the large, open living room.
The master bedroom’s walls are a pale Farrow & Ball gray; closet space has definitely not been forgotten, with walk-in his-and-hers custom closets designed by transFORM.
Closets in the good-sized second bedroom have also been optimized for maximum storage, and there are coat and storage closets also designed by transFORM. The bath is fresh and modern with plenty of light. Another pleasant surprise: The building offers amenities like a gym, roof deck, laundry and storage, a live-in super and a bike room.
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