Brooklyn Heights carriage house loft has a private roof deck and Brooklyn Bridge views for $2.2M | 6sqft

2022-08-02 18:53:03 By : Mr. Jason Li

Posted On Mon, April 11, 2022 By Michelle Cohen In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings, DUMBO

Posted On Mon, April 11, 2022 By Michelle Cohen In Brooklyn Heights, Cool Listings, DUMBO

Photo courtesy of The Corcoran Group

In a prime spot at the intersection of Brooklyn Heights and Dumbo, this out-of-the-ordinary duplex loft at 7 Everit Street is in a 19th-century carriage house. Asking $2,195,000, the co-op loft is on the upper floors of the former horse and carriage storage facility for the Eagle Warehouse next door. The Brooklyn Bridge and East River views from almost every window of the two-bedroom home are as iconic as the building itself, and a sprawling private roof terrace provides a chance to enjoy the view in the open air.

On the lower floor of this walk-up loft is a huge open living area framed by a 12-foot-high concrete beamed ceiling, hardwood floors, and postcard-worthy views from every window. This open entertaining space is anchored by a fire-engine-red spiral staircase and a wood-burning fireplace.

An open loft kitchen has stainless steel appliances, a mosaic glass backsplash, and wood cabinetry. A substantial adjacent dining area has room enough for plenty of guests.

Also on the loft’s lower floor is one of two bedrooms featuring lots of closet space and storage. The bathroom on this level has a river-rock shower floor.

On the top floor is the primary suite. In addition to sunlight from three exposures, loft windows showcase amazing Brooklyn Bridge, East River, and Manhattan views. This spacious suite has a wood-burning fireplace, a modern bath, and a dedicated dressing area. The top-floor highlight is a landscaped private roof deck with an eyeful of old New York.

Photo credit: D.M. Reynolds, The Architecture of New York City

This historic carriage-house-turned-co-op building offers a laundry room and a common roof deck. This unique residence is tucked into a hidden corner surrounded by historic buildings, boutique shops, and eateries that make up the best of both popular Brooklyn neighborhoods.

[Listing info: 7 Everit Street, 3B at CityRealty]

[Listed at The Corcoran Group by Tony Testa, Emily Stein, and Melanie Phaneuf]

Photos courtesy of The Corcoran Group

Tags : 7 Everit Street, carriage house, co-ops, Lofts

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