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** Stunning Boutique Luxury Condo in Crown Heights ** Intimate Floor-thru 3BD/2BA with Private Balcony, Stunning Industrial Chic Design, White Oak Flooring Throughout, Beautiful Modern Chef's Kitchen with Integrated Appliances, and In-Unit Washer/Dryer **
Developed for the most discerning eye, this brand new floor-thru home spans over 1,050 square feet offering a huge living/dining area, king-size master suite, two additional queen-size bedrooms, and top-of-the-line chef's kitchen. The generous living/dining room is flooded with sunlight through large, south-facing. The master suite includes a generous walk-in closet, private balcony, and en-suite bathroom. As if that isn't enough, all four closets can be customized to fit your storage needs!
Beautifully crafted with a modern-day luxurious touch, industrial iron lighting and finishes are juxtaposed against endless white oak flooring and Polished QuartzMaster and Caesarstone countertops and backsplashes. Oversized windows provide tons of natural light. Additional features include, in-unit washer/dryer, soaring ceilings and recessed lighting throughout.
No attention to detail was spared. The stunning open chef's kitchen boasts tons of counter space as well as sophisticated and integrated appliances, including a Fulgor Milano cooktop and convection oven, Blomberg Refrigerator and Freezer, Miele Dishwasher, and Bosch Microwave. Sleek Euromobil Kitchen Cabinets and iron finishes mend functionality and taste throughout the kitchen, while bathrooms exude industrial decadence with iron vanity lighting, concrete and caesarstone tiling, stunning wood vanities.
Enjoy a quick bite at some neighborhood favorites, such as Catfish, Chavela's, or take a stroll over to the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Botanic Gardens, and even over to Prospect Park for lunch at Smorgasburg. 1214 Pacific is located within walking distance of the A, C, and Long Island Railroad at Nostrand Avenue; where will you adventure to first?