This brick townhouse built in 2016 has gracious high ceilings, hardwood floors and well-appointed outdoor spaces. It overlooks Commodore Barry Park, with its ball fields, playgrounds and public pool.
Nearly 4,000 square feet, the two-family is set up as a triplex over a two-bedroom, two-bath garden apartment. The latter is duplexed with a finished lower level recreation area with built-in bookcases and storage. It also has a stylish deck that leads to a comfortable paved patio in the backyard with built-in seating, planters, space for barbecuing and a horizontal fence.
The spacious triplex has five bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and, on each level, balconies in the front and rear. Stairs lead to a finished roof deck with built-in seating.
The public rooms are found on the first floor of the triplex, which is an open-plan space with a living area in the front and, in the rear, a kitchen with a stone island and herringbone tile backsplash. Sliding glass doors open to a balcony in the front with an expansive view of the park and, in the rear, to a deck with steps down to the backyard.
The bedrooms are on the upper floors, along with seven closets, including a walk-in one, and laundry. To top it off, the roof deck has 360-degree views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines.
Located where Fort Greene meets Vinegar Hill, the Navy Yard, Dumbo and Downtown Brooklyn, 25 North Elliott Place is within walking distance of popular Brooklyn spots such as Wegmans, Rooftop Reds winery, Russ & Daughters and the restaurants of Building 77. The NYC Ferry stops right at the Navy Yard and connects to multiple points in Manhattan and Queens.
With zoned central air and heating, the townhouse is move-in ready and could work as a single-family, two-family or turnkey investment property. Martha Ellman, Myrel Glick and Wenxiang (Ted) Gu of Douglas Elliman have the listing. It is offered at $3.59 million.
[Listing: 25 North Elliott Place | Broker: Douglas Elliman] GMAP