Perfectly situated in the heart of Cobble Hill between Clinton and Henry Streets is 121 Pacific Street, a stately, pre-war co-op conversion with stunning curb appeal and gracious floor plans rarely seen in brownstone Brooklyn. From the moment you enter residence 1E, one feels like they've arrived at home. Defining characteristics of this super charming 2.5-bedroom, 2-bathroom duplex include 15-foot ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace, exposed brick, massive windows facing south over the building's courtyard and in-unit washer/dryer.
On the main floor of this approximately 1,100-square-foot home is an open, renovated kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, a breakfast bar and tons of cabinetry. A full bathroom clad with subway tiles and an oversized pedestal sink acts as both an en-suite bathroom to the second bedroom and a guest bathroom accessible through the entry foyer. The living room is part loft, part townhouse and part upstate cabin with soaring 15-foot ceilings, two rows of dramatic picture windows, a cozy wood-burning fireplace with an exposed brick mantle and plenty of room for dining, living and entertaining. There is also a massive second bedroom on the main floor measuring 16'6'' x 8'4'' and a large coat closet adjacent to the home's laundry closet.
Up the stairs and onto the second level of the home is the master bedroom, which is enclosed by a brand new, beautifully fabricated glass and steel partition. The master bedroom is large, can easily fit a king sized bed, has a wall of closets and a four-fixture master bathroom with double sinks, lots of storage and a shower/tub combo. There is an additional room adjacent to the master bedroom which makes for an ideal office, nursery or dramatic walk-in-closet. All windows in this loft-like duplex face south allowing all-day natural light and peaceful exposures onto the co-op's beloved courtyard.
121 Pacific Street is a 5-story, 47-unit former factory with an elevator, two entrances on Pacific and Atlantic Street, a newly updated video intercom which can be controlled from an owner's smartphone, a live-in super and resident's roof deck. Pets and subletting are allowed and the building's common hallways and lobby are currently undergoing a renovation.