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CONV. 1 BEDROOM + HOME OFFICE A BLOCK FROM FT. GREENE PARK!
Melding historic architectural details with modern finishes, 264 Cumberland is a boutique condo conversion located on a serene, tree-lined block in prime Ft. Greene. Located just one flight up, #6 offers a spacious 912 sq. ft. thoughtfully converted into a 1BR + H.O. layout with 1 BATH. Upon entry, the generously proportioned alcove functions as the main sleeping area with recessed lighting, heating/cooling ventilation, walk in closet, and space for a king-sized bed with nightstands & dresser. A custom-built cast iron/glass partition separates the living space from the 2nd alcove; perfect for use as a bedroom with Full/Queen size bed, art/music studio, dining room, or dedicated work office. Generous storage space behind the bathroom can easily be altered for use as a closet in this area.
Beautiful arched windows frame the quaint reading nook with Eastern exposure and whimsical stained glass details; complimented by high ceilings with exposed beams and original support joists throughout. Old world charm is thoughtfully balanced by updates like new Brazilian Teak hardwood floors, central A/C, washer/dryer in unit, and an open concept kitchen featuring: Carrera marble counters, textured grey tiled backsplash, dark espresso wood cabinetry, and stainless steel Bosch appliance package including vented hood.
Transportation options abound with the C train at Lafayette Avenue & G at Fulton Street. The Atlantic-Barclays stop is a 10 minute walk away with access to the B, D, N, Q, R, 2, 3, 4, 5 and LIRR. Close to shops & restaurants like Habana Outpost, Walter’s, DeKalb Market, Whole Foods, Target, Crunch, City Point Mall, Alamo Drafthouse, and Trader Joe’s.
Originally built in 1915 and converted to 13 uniquely individual residences in 2008, THE SANCTUARY is a historically landmarked cathedral creatively renovated to maintain elements of its neo-gothic style. Located just a block away – originally a Revolutionary War era stronghold called Ft. Washington redesigned by the Olmsted’s – is what became Brooklyn’s first public outdoor space…. Fort Greene Park! Please consult with your attorney for the official filing status in the Offering Plan. J51 tax abatement expires in 2023.