Welcome Home to your serene and spacious 1 Bedroom + Loft duplex in the Historical South Congregational Church Condominiums. Perfect for the live/ work from home lifestyle.
The Romanesque church retains its original architectural details with vaulted ceilings and stained-glass windows and is in the National Register of Historic Places of Brooklyn.
Apartment 14 features:
880 square feet of livable space
South facing bedroom (king size bed friendly)
Oversized living / dining area for hosting and entertaining
Ceiling height of nearly 15 feet
Original Wood Details and Doric Columns
Oversized and operable stain glass windows
Central Heating/ Cooling
Beautiful Hardwood Floors (new floors upstairs)
South Facing living room
New Dimmable recessed and track lighting
Newly renovated kitchen with a contemporary white quartz countertops/ textured glass cabinetry/ subway tile and porcelain tiled floor/ new refrigerator and kitchen sink
Great closet space
Built In Shelving
The loft area with its 7 foot ceilings, is set up as a home office and could be an easy conversion for a closed off second room as is done in other units.
One block from the Carroll Gardens F & G trains and across the street from Carroll Park you are surrounded by the best of this established neighborhood. Great restaurants, boutiques, markets, cafés and a weekend farmers market all within blocks.
The Carroll Gardens Landmark Condominiums is a 26 unit elevator building. Amenities include a live-in super, wheelchair access, well-maintained courtyard, common laundry room and package room, secure bike area and keypad entry in this pet friendly building.
The Early Romanesque Revival style building (originally known as South Congregational Church) was built in 1857 and has remained an architectural point of interest and iconic visual anchor of the neighborhood, having retained its stunning original brick façade and steeple, giving it character that is impossible to find in contemporary condominium complexes.
The apartment currently has a monthly assessment of $616 through December 2025.