SPRAWLING SHOWSTOPPER WITH BREATHTAKING VIEWS! This is a rare opportunity to own a corner unit at Turner Towers, one of NYCs most iconic landmark buildings. This exquisite, architect-designed home is big, grand and glamorous with a graceful flow and luxuriously large rooms. There are three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a huge dining room, an open, eat-in kitchen and an expansive, light-filled living room. Its light and lovely with thirteen windows across three exposures highlighting post-card worthy views of the Brooklyn Museum in one direction and the NYC skyline in the other. Enjoy all day sunshine and magnificent sunsets every day of the year.
From the moment you enter its evident that no detail went unnoticed and no expense was spared in its renovation. Expert millwork, stylish hardware and designer details can be seen throughout, while the home's rich history is revealed in its high beamed ceilings, thick plaster walls and herringbone parquet floors. The kitchen is a chefs dream with its white stone counters, huge centre island, custom white oak cabinetry and top-of-the-line appliance package. The designer baths are outfitted with stunning marble, glass tile and Restoration Hardware fixtures. The renovations extend to the infrastructure with updated electrical, all new risers and branch lines. The homes many other features include your own washer/dryer, amazing custom closet space (including three walk-ins!) and designer light fixtures.
Built in 1926, Turner Towers remains one of NYCs most iconic landmark buildings. It offers concrete construction (which allows for exceptional soundproofing), white glove services, an elegant marble lobby, a top-of-the-line gym, a professionally landscaped tea garden and basement storage (upon availability). It's situated on the nation's first parkway, designed by Central Parks Frederick Olmsted and designated a National Scenic Landmark in 1978. The neighborhoods destination cafes and restaurants are at your fingertips including: Mayfields, Oxalis, Tooker Alley and the legendary Toms Diner. The 2/3 trains are right outside your door and it's across the street from Brooklyns cultural heart: The Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Museum and Prospect Park. This is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of classic NYC history.