Home to one of the city’s finest collections of nineteenth-century houses and pre-war buildings, Cobble Hill and its beautiful buildings have been impressively preserved, in large part thanks to The New York City Landmarks and Protection Commission.
As a result, Cobble Hill offers the best of vintage Brooklyn with lots of present-day amenities, with trendy shops and businesses lined up on its pedestrian-friendly streets.
Cobble Hill’s stroll-friendly streets and sense of history and privacy are perfectly mirrored by the pre-war building at 240 Warren Street, where a full-floor apartment just came to market.
The 1,450-square-foot apartment occupies the entire second floor of 240 Warren Street — a pre-war building that dates back to 1904 and only has 5 apartments across its 4 floors.
With a unique layout and extra-wide space, the condo is bathed in sunlight from its three street-facing windows. The centerpiece of the space is a wood-burning fireplace flanked by elegant whitewashed exposed brick.
With three bedrooms and two baths, the condo at 240 Warren Street comes with closet space-galore, an in-unit washer/dryer, gorgeous hardwood floors, a sparkling kitchen, and a beautifully renovated master bathroom.
Since it’s so wide, the space allows for multiple configuration options, each providing room for dedicated dining and living spaces, depending on the new owners’ own preferences.
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