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Townhouse A is located in the historic brick and timber building with a private entry through the classic arched entrance on Jay Street which once served as the horse and buggy loading dock for the building. This 3,068sf home is laid out as a duplex with 1,549sf on the upper level and 1,519sf on the lower garden level, and is permitted for home occupation use*. The unit enjoys a private entrance on Jay street or can be entered through the private courtyard entry. The main living, dining and kitchen area are accessed through a preserved brick archway which frames the kitchen to separate the large dining area from the living space. Custom RiFRA Italian kitchen includes Miele appliances, porcelain stone countertops, a blackened Dornbracht faucet and a bleached white oak island. The primary bedroom suite is located on the main floor and includes large walk-in closets and an en-suite bath featuring a custom Haisa marble mosaic on the floor, double showers with Dornbracht fixtures, large format heather grey porcelain tiles and a custom RiFRA bleached white oak vanity. A home office with an adjacent full bath completes the upper level. The 1,519sf garden level contains a laundry room, a half bathroom ...
DUMBO (short for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass) was once an industrial area and has since become one of the borough’s toniest neighborhoods.
Its late 19th-century warehouses have been converted into luxury condominiums that line the cobblestone streets along with opulent new developments and amenity-filled rental buildings. Outdoor activities are made easy in the award-winning Brooklyn Bridge Park where kayaking, “rock” climbing, and soccer are just a few of the many offerings. If you’re feeling lazy, take a ride on Jane’s historical carousel or grab an ice cream at the Brooklyn ... read more