35 Carroll Street is one of six single family homes built with along with the original Carroll Street Townhomes designed by world renowned architects Orlando Garcia. Enter right off of Carroll Street into this impeccable home of nearly 3,000SF spanning over four stories including a private yard and an upper level sundeck overlooking both the Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn Skylines.
Built to passive house standards allows for an eco-friendly living by using up to 90% less cooling and heating annually all the while providing you with fresh air all year round.
As soon as you enter this gracious home you'll find clean lines among the double-height living room with a central stairwell connecting each floor of the home. On this level, just past the powder room you'll find the homes eat-in chef's kitchen with energy efficient Bosch appliances, quartzite stone countertops as well as custom cabinetry. Off of the kitchen you have entry to the homes backyard which flows seamlessly allowing for the ease of cooking and entertaining during the warmer months.
Heading upstairs you'll find a gorgeous hand crafted white oak staircase which ascends the entire home to the very top. On the second level of 33a Carroll you'll find a warm and cozy family room which opens to the kitchen below with views of the glass back wall of the house to the yard. Just a little further upstairs is the homes first bedroom in the front of the house with ample closet storage.
Continuing up the geometrically impressive stairwell you'll find the homes second bedroom at the back of the house with a full en suite bath, which is adjacent to a 2nd full bath and laundry room equipped with a condensing dryer and electric washer.
As we ascend to the top of this magnificent home we come upon the primary bedroom with breathtaking views of the Manhattan Skyline as well as the downtown Brooklyn skyline. An en suite bath featuring double sinks with beautiful ceramic tiling.
Alas, one more flight up to the homes crest, there is a wondrous 300SF roof deck with enchanting Manhattan skyline views, with an adjacent wet bar featuring a wet bar, sink, refrigerator and full custom cabinetry to house all of your serving pieces as you'll sure to be entertaining up here quite a bit.
Where Carroll Gardens and Red Hook intersect along the Greenway along the waterfront, 33a Carroll Street is a stones through to everything you might need. Some of Brooklyn's best restaurants are just moments away, such as the Longshoreman, Popina, and Alma. The bus on Columbia Street will also quickly take you to the express trains in downtown Brooklyn, or the NYC Ferry service out of Red Hook is a short 10 minute walk down Van Brunt Street.