Wonderfully Wallpapered Custom Condo Combo in Boerum Hill Asks $3 Million
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Wonderfully Wallpapered Custom Condo Combo in Boerum Hill Asks $3 Million

January 6, 2015

There’s a gorgeous new condo available in the recently built 233 Pacific Street. The 3,000-square-foot pad is actually a four-bedroom combination of two apartments. Add some customizations like wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors and custom paneling and molding throughout, and you have a true stunner for $2.995 million.

You won’t be the only fan of your new condo. Your friends will also love the sprawling entertaining space, which includes an elegant Moroccan-tiled living room with a bar and entrance to a large, wraparound terrace. This corner room benefits from light streaming in through oversized windows, with views of the Brooklyn skyline, the Verrazano Bridge, church spires and water towers. A glass fireplace with handcrafted wood and steel built-in shelving from a local artisan on one side, serves as a divider, with a cozy den boasting a wall-mounted TV on the other side. Oh, and that bar is more than just any bar. It has custom-designed marble countertops, a glass and marble backsplash, hand-crafted cabinets, a built-in espresso machine, hidden dishwasher drawers, and a wine refrigerator that can hold up to 70 bottles.

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Tucked away from the rest of the sleeping quarters is the private master suite. This retreat features a custom walk-in closet, an en suite bath with a glass shower with custom features, and direct access to the wraparound terrace.

233 Pacific Street, wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors,

The modern kitchen and dining room separate the master from the other bedrooms. This high-end chef’s dream kitchen features marble counters and backsplash, tons of cabinet storage, and an inlaid glass mosaic wall. Meanwhile, the spacious dining room seats up to 12 people, and has a built-in sideboard to store your china.

233 Pacific Street, wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors

There’s still more space in this expansive pad. A bonus space between the master and the living room can be whatever you want it to be. A 10-foot pocket door with Flavor Paper on one side and a mural on the other creates a dividing wall between the bonus space and the neighboring den.

233 Pacific Street, wide-plank Brazilian cherry floors

If you haven’t already been won over, consider these additional features: custom heat and air conditioning in each room, solid wood doors, motorized shades and integrated and hidden audio and FIOS wiring. Parking is also available for rent in a garage below the building.

[Listing: 233 Pacific Street #4FG by Maria A. Ryan, Libby Ryan, and Joseph Ryan of Brown Harris Stevens]

Photos courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

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