Photographs Courtesy of Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.
From curbside to inside, this Cobble Hill abode shines with the old historic charm yet feels unbelievably refreshing. After entering the 1904-built Brooklyn brownstone and heading up to this apartment on the second floor, it’ll be hard not to immediately fall in love with the character of the home. The price makes everything even sweeter since it is listed for $1.795 million.The 1,450-square-foot apartment has an airy and inviting atmosphere thanks to whitewashed exposed brick and a lovely wood-burning fireplace. Beautiful hardwood flooring runs throughout the spaces, subtly enhancing the historic pad’s signature style.The spacious living and dining area is connected to the apartment’s clean-cut kitchen, making this the perfect place to entertain. A true luxury for city living, the south-facing windows keep the home illuminated and sunbathed throughout the day. Down the hall, there are three bedrooms, with the master suite set the furthest back for optimal privacy and relaxation.This pre-war condo is one of five units in the building, set up in a sociable manner for a community vibe living style. Located in one of Brooklyn’s most enchanting areas, this apartment is a treasure.The listing is held with Jamie Fedorko and Jessica Swersey of Warburg Realty Partnership, Ltd.