PRICE REDUCTION AND THE OWNER WILL PAY 3 YEARS OF PROPERTY TAXES
MALIBU IN BROOKLYN - That's right - a sleek, 5,000 sq ft beach house with unfettered views of the ocean actually exists...via the F, D, N &Q trains at Stillwell Ave!
Built in 2010 in Sea Gate, a historic private community in Coney Island, this stunning single family sits right on a private beach. Right. On. Your. Own. Beach. Say it - feels so good! This 5 story home has 4 spacious bedrooms with closets - one closet so big it could be a bedroom - 4.5 baths with floor to ceiling imported tiles including an ensuite master bath with a shower and separate soaking tub where you can enjoy views of the Atlantic Ocean. In fact, you NEVER have to miss the stunning views thanks to all the windows, skylights, and 1200 sq feet of balcony space. Actually, there is one room without windows. Your 12 person sauna in the fully finished basement.
Throughout the house, there's a feeling of hyper-reality. Am I really standing in Brooklyn? Can I actually be living the dream? Yes you are and yes you can. We'll prove it. Step into your glass elevator and travel 5 flights up to your roof deck. You've got the Atlantic Ocean and Verrazano Bridge, the NYC skyline and the Coney Island lighthouse, and everything in between. You get the sunrise AND sunset, making you the envy of everyone else quarantined in a cramped apartment with no view for which they've paid the same amount or more!
Those same people will be in awe of your 2 car driveway, 200 sq. ft. storage room next to your laundry room which is next to your private beach entrance alongside your wet bar. The open chef's kitchen on the main floor features Caesar stone countertops, ample cabinet space, high-end appliances and a dining area which leads onto a terrace. Also on the first floor is an open living room with two coat closets, a half bath and a home office, and there's still enough room there for a grand piano. Make it two.
But don't let the good looks fool you. This energy-efficient home was built to last, safely and comfortably. Beneath the facade of Jerusalem stone is a concrete superstructure wrapped in Henry Blueskin waterproofing material and outfitted with hurricane resistant windows up to 200 mph. The property is protected with a sea wall of concrete-capped metal sheet piles (18? thick, extending 20' below sand and 10' feet above the beach sand) and a concrete fence built higher than flood level. Mechanical systems are elevated, noise canceling beyond rated insulation and energy-efficient heating and cooling systems, and all 5000 square feet of flooring is equipped with radiant heating. Rest easy, comfortable and safe.
With tree lined streets, ocean waves, a short walk down the boardwalk to historic Coney Island and a forty-five minute subway ride to Manhattan, it is truly the best of both worlds.