113A Columbia St

Multi Family Townhouse


RLS IDX Data display by Douglas Elliman.

Property Description

Introducing 113A Columbia Street! At the convergence of Cobble Hill and the Columbia Waterfront you'll find a striking 5 story modern Townhouse that has everything you could want in a Brooklyn home: spacious living, private parking in your own garage, an elevator, a full floor guest suite and private art or work studio (convertible to a rental unit), a proper backyard, and a stunning roof terrace with sustainable teak decks. The view of the Manhattan skyline, Governor's Island, the Statue of Liberty, and evening sunsets is stunning! Built from the ground up in 2010 this 22' x 45' 4,300+ sq ft. house has been lovingly renovated by the current owners to add custom details that make it truly one of a kind. Designed for today's living, it features an open chef's kitchen including top of the line SubZero and Wolf appliances, custom cabinetry, 2" thick marble counters and a dining area with seating for 12. Up one flight there are two bedrooms (convertible to three), two full en-suite baths, a laundry room and a wall of Cedar closets. Other notable details are beautiful solid 10 inch wide quarter sawn white oak flooring, radiant heat, central AC, custom steel and oak stairs and exceptional natural light. Enjoy all that Brooklyn has to offer! Head East a few blocks to the shopping on Court and Smith, the F train and PS29 on Henry Street. Or just step out your door and explore the numerous activities in the ever expanding Brooklyn Bridge Park and restaurants of Columbia Street. With no concerns about parking, having a car becomes a stress free way to access Red Hook's Fairway market and the Whole Foods in Gowanus. This is a truly unique property. Not to be missed!
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  • Interior
    4,390 Sq Ft.
  • Property Type
    Multi Family Townhouse
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Listing Courtesy of Douglas Elliman