155 Noble Street is a brand-new residential condo conversion with no equal anywhere in Brooklyn. A distinctive freestanding landmarked Neo-Gothic building, with a tax abatement, on an extra deep and 30 wide lot offers five loft-like full-floor units, each with four sunny exposures, high ceilings, private rooftop spaces with panoramic views, basement storage rooms, virtual doorman and keyed elevator access, ranging from 2500 SF to 3600 SF. Enjoy full-floor living and sophisticated yet homey interiors designed by local and award-winning designer Cece Stelljes. Massive chefs kitchens and windowed bathrooms have been re-imagined with superior materials and appliances to match the drama and scale of this one-of-a-kind building.
The elevator offers private keyed access to each unit and also takes you to the rooftop where there is a private cabana for each unit with a locked door allowing for privacy in addition to unobstructed panoramic views of the East River, Manhattan, and the full skyline. Multi-zoned heating and cooling, vented LG washer and dryer, herringbone inlaid oak floors, oversized energy efficient Pella windows, treetop, skyline and picturesque church views, and custom designer lighting are just a few of the additional special features that you will enjoy. Unit 4 has a unique birds-eye view of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skylines from the Living Room, the master suite, and both additional bedrooms. Enjoy incredible light all day long from 4 exposures, and a direct and protected water view from the private rooftop cabana.
Enter the building through an elegant lobby and take the keyed elevator into your unit where you will step off into your own gallery and mudroom. Prepare to be greeted by a dramatic 30 wide living room drenched in light by eight casement windows across and an open loft-like space that accommodates a large living and dining room in addition to an alcove space that makes a perfect media area or playroom. The kitchen is a work of art, the likes of which you have never before seen in Brooklyn. Custom black and brass LaCanche Cluny Volnay vented range, fumed oak gray cabinetry, Calacatta Paonazza bookmatched marble countertops, built-in Bosch microwave, 42" SubZero fridge, and Bosch dishwasher will get your entertaining off to the perfect start and is the ideal accompaniment to the oversized living space.
Head towards the bedroom wing in the back where three sizable bedrooms and a fourth windowed home office offer more space than you can imagine. The master bedroom spans the entire 30 width of the building and comes complete with a large walk-in dressing room and the windowed master bathroom of your dreams. Walls and floors of stellar white marble, tundra grey marble slab vanity countertops, a huge walk-in shower, Signature freestanding tub, and custom vanities for storage will take your breath away. Two additional bathrooms throughout are sizable and offer a playful yet sophisticated combination of unique hand-made concrete Moroccan tiles, London grey Quartz vanity countertops, Kohler tubs, walk-in showers and brushed nickel finishes. There is even a second ensuite bathroom for guests. A large windowed home office has protected views and needs to be seen to be believed.
Live on everyones favorite tree-lined and Landmarked block in Brooklyn and enjoy the majesty of a truly one-of-a-kind historic icon just a half a block from the conveniences of Manhattan and Franklin avenues and all of the amenities that the North Brooklyn waterfront has to offer, including Parks, award-winning restaurants and schools in every direction. The G train at Greenpoint Avenue is one block away, and there are also monthly parking spaces available in nearby local garages. There is something for everyone in this neighborhood, in addition to the convenience of being just the East River away from midtown Manhattan. Tucked perfectly between Williamsburgs McKarren park and Long Island City, but with less traffic and tourists, this is a quiet and eclectic neighborhood consisting of townhouses and loft buildings that appeal to buyers both commuting to the city, and those that prefer to work from home with every convenience right outside their door.