315 Clinton AvenueApt. 6
Dekalb/Lafayette Avenue Clinton Hill
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- Approx. Sq. Ft.1,039
- Pet friendly
- Decorative fireplace
The Arbuckle Mansion, now the Clinton Renaissance Condos, is one of the major historic buildings in the Clinton Hill Historic District and is also one of the most outstanding Romanesque Revival style homes in all of New York City. The house was built in 1888 for the wealthy coffee merchant John Arbuckle and designed by renowned Brooklyn architect Montrose Morris.
This stunning apartment is a 2 bed/1.5 bath duplex offering a wonderful and spacious layout, bright sunny rooms and period detail throughout. The main floor features a half bath, open living room/ dining room with a lovely fireplace (non-working), large windows, parquet floors, and gorgeous custom built-in bookshelves. Also on this level is the tastefully renovated windowed kitchen boasting granite counters, a breakfast bar big enough for casual dining, as well as original exposed brick. In addition, there is a Bosch W/D on this floor. Upstairs, the charm continues into the master and second bedrooms, with plenty of closet space and a full bath which is renovated and includes marble double sinks.
There is common storage in the basement, a beautifully maintained shared garden and the home is located one block to the C and G trains, DeKalb Restaurant Row, and a short walk to Fort Greene Park, BAM, the Farmer's Market and the Brooklyn Flea. Come and experience the splendor of living in this extraordinary neighborhood!
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Runs from Clinton to Bedford Avenues, north from Atlantic Avenue to Flushing Avenue.
With a cornucopia of housing options — from 19th-Century carriage houses to the latest luxury loft conversions — there’s more to Clinton Hill than just the landmarked brownstones for which the neighborhood is known. House hunters might find a classic Clinton Hill three-family house renovated into a single-family 4,000-square-foot living space, or consider a duplex with a garden apartment. Plenty of one- and two-bedroom apartments are also available in Clinton Hill, as well as spectacular floor-throughs with the latest appliances. Be it a Romanesque mansion, a Victorian row house or a pre-Civil War frame house —whether you’re seeking a roof deck or a landscaped yard — all may be found here.
315 Clinton Avenue
Clinton Ave - Lafayette Ave7 mins
Oxford St - Fulton Ave7 mins
Originally known as the Arbuckle Mansion, this home was built in 1888 for wealthy coffee merchant John Arbuckle and designed by renowned Brooklyn architect Montrose Morris in the late 19th century. Located in the Clinton Hill Historic District.
Additional features of this building include: Original detail impeccably restored throughout, Beautifully maintained grounds, Walk up Building.
- Built in 1888
- 7 units
- Pet friendly
- Common courtyard
- Common roof deck