118 State Street, Brooklyn, NY
Located on a beautiful tree-lined street in Brooklyn Heights, this boutique condominium is the result of a complete renovation of a 150-year-old carriage house, reconfigured and adapted for modern living. MyHome, Brooklyn transformed this formerly vacant, six-family property into luxury four-unit homes.
No detail was overlooked and no expense spared in the conversion of this stately early 19th century building. Unsurpassed in its design and construction quality, the Carriage House incorporates special features such as sound insulation between floors and walls, oversized windows, spacious baths, and pocket doors that collectively enhance the living experience within.
The property measures approximately 25′ x 70′ on 4.5 floors, or 8,550 sf, and the building lot measures 25′ x 100′. The building is was converted from manufacturing to residential use by the previous owner around 1978.
“I have been an independent broker for 30 years. During that time I have sold some of the best properties in Brooklyn Heights and I think this apartment is one of the great ones.” —Brownstoner.com, blog comment, October 2007
24 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, NY
Maintaining the historic detail of this 1890s Renaissance Revival townhouse, MyHome, Brooklyn transformed this nine-unit co-op into four spacious and luxurious condominium homes.
You’ll notice its original terra cotta details, as well as its new amenities such as a double intercom entry system, white oak floors, granite countertops and Viking appliances. The townhouse—which features delicate third floor oriel supported by a carved cobel–is the only semi-detached house on the street, and sits within the Brooklyn Heights historic district, steps to the promenade and a myriad of subway lines.
The property measures approximately 22′ x 78′ on 4.5 floors, or 9,558 sf, and the building lot measures 30′ x 90′.
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“Beautiful job. This is the standard others should look to when they’re remodeling old houses and/or brownstones in Brooklyn.” —Brownstoner.com, blog comment, December 2008