A gut-renovated 1700+ sq ft duplex condo nestled just a block from Fort Greene
Park, this stunning 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom home is a seamless blend of
contemporary elegance and industrial chic. Features of the apartment include
polished concrete and engineered oak flooring, 12’ ceiling height, brand new
aluminum sash windows, veneered solid core wood doors with hidden EZ jambs,
whitewashed brick walls and exposed I-beams, a ducted wood-burning fireplace,
Cole & Son wallpaper, a Mitsubishi split-system with Hyper Heat Technology,
Lutron lighting, a Finnish-style sauna with red oak, and a spacious laundry
room with storage, a utility sink, and a stacked washer/dryer.
Beyond a tasteful entryway space adorned with a large coat closet, the upper
level of the home flows into an expansive, open-concept living room, dining
room, and kitchen. The 22' wide living room is saturated with natural light
and has built-in shelving and a wood burning fireplace, while the dining room
leads into an elegant eat-in kitchen equipped with a massive island, beautiful
white quartz countertops, an incredible one-piece Calacatta gold marble
backsplash, a convenient pantry and bar, a recessed Futuro ducted kitchen
hood, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Samsung, Fisher
& Paykel, Asko, and Bosch. Finishing the upper level is a pristine full
bathroom with subway tile walls, hex tile floors, and brass fixtures from
The lower level of the home contains both bedrooms (originally configured as a
legal 1 bedroom), the laundry room, a powder room, and a separate shower room.
The master bedroom contains a large reach-in closet while second bedroom has
built-in shelving, Cole & Son wallpaper, and its own reach-in closet. The
powder room has dual vanity sinks, subway tile walls, and hex tile floors. The
adjacent shower room has Nero Marquina marble walls, a towel heater, a massive
rain shower, a gorgeous sauna, and a deep soaking tub. Both bathrooms feature
brass fixtures from Restoration Hardware.
159 Carlton Avenue is a boutique condominium situated in the heart of Fort
Greene. Built in the 19th century as the Feuchtwanger Public Carriage House
and Stables, the building is on the National Register of Historic Places. It
sits just away from Fort Greene Park and is surrounded by restaurants, bars,
cafes, and shops. City Point Shopping Center and BAM Harvey Theater are a
short walk away. Nearby subway lines include the 2/3/4/5/C/G.