Enjoy contemporary Park Slope living at its finest in this expansive three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home with private outdoor space at The Butler Collection's 350 Butler Street - a groundbreaking new condominium from The Brooklyn Home Company.
Spanning 1,581 square feet, this brand-new residence invites you to discover a Pietra Cardosa and Bianco Carrara marble foyer, Madera wide-plank white oak floors and tall ceilings dotted with recessed ultra-thin LED lighting throughout. Built in accordance with Passive House design principles, the home features triple-pane windows and an individual ERV unit for superior air quality.
Generous open-plan living space welcomes comfortable daily life and entertaining, or step out to your 382-square-foot terrace for wonderful al fresco gatherings. Elevate your culinary experience in the gourmet kitchen featuring large pantries, Shaker cabinetry topped by honed granite countertops and a Fireclay sink with a Waterworks faucet and garbage disposal. Chefs will love the elite appliance package, including a Bosch refrigerator and dishwasher, Bertazzoni range, Zephyr hood and GE microwave.
Head to the owner's suite to discover a palatial walk-in dressing room and an en suite spa bathroom where Carrara marble surrounds a shower, custom double vanity, chic Waterworks fixtures and an antique Restoration Hardware mirror. Two spacious and bright secondary bedrooms share a full bathroom with quartz, Nero Marquina marble and a large tub/shower. A chic shiplap powder room, large laundry room with an in-unit washer-dryer, and oversized entry closets add effortless ease to this exceptional urban sanctuary.
Residents of this luxurious complex enjoy an attended lobby, a fitness center, children's playroom, bike storage and a glorious common roof deck. From this ideal location where Park Slope meets Gowanus, you're surrounded by some of the best dining and nightlife in the city, including Threes Brewing, Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, The Sackett, Blueprint and more. Boutique fitness studios, the Park Slop Food Co-Op and Whole Foods are all nearby. Four blocks east, Prospect Park offers hundreds of acres of outdoor space and recreation plus access to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Museum and Library. Nearby R, 2/3, B/D, N/R/Q and 4/5 trains, excellent bus service and CitiBike stations make getting around town effortless.