Two Cabanas Combine Into One Glorious Roof Deck at This $675K Clinton Hill Pad

Posted On Mon, May 9, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, May 9, 2016 By In Clinton Hill, Cool Listings, Interiors

With the weather warming up, nothing looks better than the roof deck that comes with this Clinton Hill apartment at 27 Quincy Street. There’s an entire 625 square feet of private outdoor space, nearly as large as the 775-square-foot, one-bedroom pad. Two cabanas were combined into one and decked out with everything from a built built-in bar to planters to furniture. The inside of the apartment isn’t too shabby, either.

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, living room

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, living room, dining room,

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, dining room

The floorplan for this one-bedroom condo is pretty straightforward: an entryway leads into a long open living and dining area. 12-foot ceilings and a wall of floor to ceiling windows keep things nice and bright. A door from there leads out onto a balcony that extends from the living room.

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, kitchen

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, kitchen

The kitchen was outfitted with custom cabinetry, a built-in wine rack, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The overhead chandelier was designed specifically for this space.

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, bedroom

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, bathroom

The apartment was designed with storage in mind, with custom-built closets in the foyer and bedroom and overhead storage in the bathroom. (There’s also a utility closet that holds a stacked washer-dryer and extra shelving.) The bedroom has south-facing windows just like the living room.

27 Quincy Street, clinton hill, roof deck

The listing dubs this “the most fabulous private roof deck in Brooklyn.” It’s been designed as a bona fide party space, with a bar, storage, lounge chairs and outdoor string lighting. Better yet, there are views looking out onto Brooklyn and the Manhattan skyline. And on top of your private outdoor space, there’s also a common roofdeck for building residents. Basically, this apartment ensures that you’re totally set for summer.

[Listing: 27 Quincy Street, #4C by Christine Toes Muldoon and Valerie Mayworm for Compass]

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  • Tim Keating

    Yes, and it also looks like a lot of rainforest-wood deck tiles, likely ipê, logged from the Amazon rainforest. Honoring elephants with art inside, and killing the rainforests outside.

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