Now up for grabs is a newly revamped duplex loft located in the historic neighborhood of Brooklyn Heights. The two-bedroom unit sits perched in the landmarked 8 Old Fulton Street building, which was originally built in 1861 to serve as an office for the Brooklyn City Railroad Company.
The converted apartment is spread across two floors and boasts a trove of original industrial details, including exposed brick, filigreed columns, and worn wooden rafters. A wall of nine-foot windows wrap along the perimeter of the loft space, flooding nearly all corners of the interior with sunlight throughout the day.
The upper level features an expansive living area, which seamlessly flows into a custom kitchen fitted with Gaggenau appliances. Perfect for entertaining, the large space also offers a full-sized, dual-zone wine fridge; a convection oven; and a gas cooktop—not to mention mesmerizing views of the Brooklyn Bridge and lower Manhattan.
High ceilings continue in the lower level, where additional living spaces and bedrooms are located. Other notable features—for New York City apartments at least—include an in-unit washer and dryer, as well a newly installed central heating and cooling system. Keep scrolling to see more of this Brooklyn loft apartment, currently listed for $2,600,000.
8 Old Fulton Street, Unit 1W is currently listed for $2,600,000 by Lucy Struever of Compass.
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