Set on a quiet Mews block in Brooklyn Heights, 4 Hunts Lane is anything but ordinary. The red brick structure was originally built in 1860 as a multilevel carriage house, and now it’s a stylish abode. The property was recently put up for sale, and it offers buyers a unique, contemporary dwelling in one of Brooklyn’s most historic neighborhoods.
The street-level entryway opens into a surprising double-height gallery with a custom oak-and-steel staircase that leads up to the primary living spaces. Oversized, arched windows usher ample natural light into the living room, which features exposed beams and whitewashed brick walls. A fully remodeled kitchen awaits nearby, sporting soapstone countertops, open shelving, and all-new appliances. The formal dining room next to the kitchen opens to a small patio.
In total, the residence offers four bedrooms and two and a half baths. The spacious master suite (with a custom wardrobe) is located on a separate floor. An office space, which is currently set up as an artist’s studio, awaits on the bottom level, featuring concrete floors, built-in storage, and an additional outdoor area. Keep scrolling to see more of the property, currently listed for $5,450,000.
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