August 2, 2021


Nuts about home

Floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and a wonderful bar stand out at this $995K Boerum Hill co-op

Listing photographs courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

This a single-bedroom Boerum Hill co-op is whole of custom made additions that stand out. There is the floor-to-ceiling bookshelves that line the residing room, the huge crafted-in bar built from reclaimed pinewood, and the lofted mezzanine, to title a handful of. Positioned at 423 Atlantic Avenue, the loft is on the market place for $995,000.

The bookshelves acquire gain of the 12-foot ceilings, as do the outsized south-dealing with home windows. The bar was constructed with reclaimed pinewood that the carpenter found when traveling to North Carolina. It has a wine refrigerator and LED lighting.

Also getting edge of the tall ceilings is a lofted mezzanine with an further mattress and a custom made crafted-in cedar desk beneath.

The kitchen area boasts a lot more lovely woodwork, with reclaimed sunken pine cupboards. Other attributes include a deep porcelain sink, gray quartz counters and backsplash, and stainless metal appliances.

The bedroom has two closets and gets a lot of mild from much more outsized, south-facing windows. A different cool characteristic of the home is the old cedar doorways of the bedroom and the bathroom, which were salvaged from a farmhouse in the Berkshires.

Known as the Ex-Lax Building (for its previous use), the co-op is just a couple blocks from each the Hoyt-Schermerhorn Avenue (A, C, G) and Nevins Street (2, 3, 4, 5) subway stations. It has a stay-in tremendous, whole-time porter, roof deck, and common laundry room.

[Listing details: 423 Atlantic Avenue, Apt. 2N at CityRealty]

[At Brown Harris Stevens by Natalie Rabaa]


Listing shots courtesy of Brown Harris Stevens

Tags :

423 Atlantic Avenue, co-ops, Lofts

Neighborhoods :

Boerum Hill