The four-story brick house at 62 Green Street in Greenpoint is one in an ever-longer line of Brooklyn townhouses to demand seemingly excessive prices. In this case, $3.75 million when the listing debuted in early June. But that low inventory/high prices dynamic has delivered for yet another seller?the townhouse is already in contract, presumably at somewhere close to the asking price. The owner is an interior design executive, so the renovation is, naturally, quite snazzy, and the ground floor commercial space is currently the home of trendy new eatery Achilles Heel.
The third and fourth floors create the owners duplex and have open, loft-like layouts. With exposed wood beams and brick walls, four wood burning fireplaces, and spectacular Manhattan skyline views, the space is intimate and dramatic. The kitchen features honed black granite counters and custom cabinetry. The third floor master suite features a gorgeous master bath with a freestanding 6 tub and glass wall shower. The second floor is a 1 bed apartment set up as a guest suite or rental unit with a gas fireplace and rift cut oak floors. The bathroom is lined with Carrara marble, and the kitchen features a butcher-block island. This floor could be combined with the duplex.
The whole thing will be delivered vacant. Here's what it looks like staged:
· Listing: 62 Green Street [Corcoran StreetEasy]
· Single-Family Townhouse in Park Slope Asks Only $2.5 Million [Curbed]