149 Baltic Street
Henry/Hicks Cobble Hill
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- Decorative fireplace
- Gas fireplace
- Wood-burning fireplace
This 25 foot wide brick townhouse is a beautiful marriage of historical and modern living! This four story building has been completely renovated in two distinct phases. The upper triplex, which was restored and renovated by architect Steven Peterson and Radius Construction, houses the classical parlor floor with formal dining room and living room, both with beautiful wedding cake moldings and traditional fireplaces and a prep kitchen as well as a half bath. The master floor has an expansive bathroom with a cast iron footed tub, double sinks and a large glassed shower, a large walk-in closet, large library (also serviceable as a 5th bedroom), and a home office. The upper floor has three bedrooms and a central play/work room with sleeping or storage loft and a full bathroom. The second phase of the renovation incorporated the garden level with the upper triplex and created an open living/dining floor plan which opens to the gorgeous garden. Clay Miller was the designer and architect and Radius Construction handled the renovation. The open floor plan allows for a family room, full chef's kitchen with top of the line appliances and plenty of storage and a more intimate dining room, as well as a full bathroom, second home office and a mud room for storing the winter coats, boots and gear. The house flows beautifully and is complete with 4 zoned central air-conditioning and heating and well maintained utilities. OPEN HOUSES BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
Additional features of this building include: 3 wood burning fireplaces, 1 gas fireplace, Alarm system in place, Free standing building with 3 side windows, 2 laundry areas, 5 skylights, and Recreation room in basement.
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Runs from Degraw Street in the south to Atlantic Avenue in the north, from the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway to the West to Court Street to the east.
Even though Cobble Hill is in Northwest Brooklyn, don’t be surprised if you hear old-timers call this neighborhood of serene brownstones “South Brooklyn” — because Cobble Hill was once south of the city of Brooklyn, where Brooklyn Heights and Downtown Brooklyn are today. In fact, Cobble Hill’s one-way streets, bluestone sidewalks, and turn-of-the-century buildings, now mostly co-ops, give you the sensation of having slipped back a century or two. Apartments are often brownstone floor-throughs, many with renovated baths and kitchens.