This property is no longer available to rent or buy. This description is from November 10, 2016
EVERYBODY LOVES THE SUNSHINE! Enjoy the vitality of the Columbia Waterfront District and Carroll Gardens from this 1++ bedroom condo duplex with bi-level garden terrace, in minty, move-in condition, with 20 YEARS REMAINING in the tax abatement. Currently used used as a 2+ bdm, this condo apartment has the flow and reward of a small house: Two levels, two bedrooms, two baths, one garden patio, one terrace and copious closets. The open kitchen offer a gorgeous Kitchen Aid appliance package, quartz counter tops and an island for casual dining. This open room has elegant, tall ceilings and oversized windows, giving light and air in pleasant excess. The master bedroom has arbored views through its oversized windows. A hall bath with deep soaking tub rounds out this floor. Downstairs is a huge rec room, currently used as a uber-comfortable den, library and home office has direct access to the garden, patio and the terrace. Chill and grill at will. A bright and sunny flex room, currently used as a nursery fill out this floor with a full bath, laundry and ample closet space. This unit has a tax abatement until 2036 and is perfectly situated in this well maintained and managed boutique condo building. Located in the Columbia Street Waterfront District, with common roof deck views of Manhattan and the harbor, this building is close to the popular Pier 6 and the Brooklyn Bridge waterfront park and the Brooklyn Greenway waterfront- with bike and running paths and gorgeous views of lower Manhattan. Just around the corner from Columbia Street, you will be close to popular dining destinations such as Ferdinando's Focacceria, Alma, Petite Crevette, House of Pizza, Pok Pok, Carla Halls Southern Kitchen and The Hop Shop. Grab your bike from the common bike storage in the basement and enjoy easy access to Red Hook and its burgeoning restaurant scene. Also close to the F and G trains, as well as all the many shops, restaurants and boutiques of Court and Smith streets.