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Chic ‘Scandinavian-inspired’ Cobble Hill townhouse asks $6M

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It has a ton of mod details including a curved staircase and two skylights

A foyer with a curved staircase and hardwood floors. Al Siedman of VHT Studios/Courtesy of Stuart van Leenen

Back in November, this charming row house on Amity Street made it on to our list of most expensive homes for sale in Brooklyn, when it was asking $6.495 million. Now, it just re-listed, and though it’s asking less, $5.995 million, it’s still one of the borough’s priciest properties on the market.

The airy 4,200-square-foot house, listed by the owner, was built at the turn of the century and has been renovated with a ton of modern “Scandinavian-inspired” details, according to the listing. Some of those details include a curved staircase, two skylights, white wide plank oak floors, white exposed brick, and steel casement windows and doors.

The property features five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a sunken living room, a built-out basement that could be used as a playroom or gym, a large garden, and a roof terrace. The garden is landscaped and has steel planters, while the roof deck is paved with Italian ceramic tile and offers sprawling views of Lower Manhattan.

It’s located at 82 Amity Street, right outside the Cobble Hill Historic District, between Hicks and Henry streets. Taxes for the property are $815/month.

A living area with hardwood floors, white exposed brick, a beige couch, and a door that leads to a garden.
The living area with a door leading to the garden.
A bedroom with three large windows, hardwood floors, white walls, and a bed.
The spacious master bedroom.
An open kitchen with a large island and white cabinetry.
The open kitchen features quartz countertops and light-wood cabinets.
A bathroom with grey tiles.
The bright and roomy master bathroom.
A white curved staircase with two skylights at the top.
Two skylights atop the curved staircase.
A bathroom with exposed brick and a large window.
Another one of the home’s bathrooms.