A spacious two-bedroom that suits Brooklyn's priciest neighborhood

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DUMBO is currently ranked as the most expensive of Brooklyn neighborhoods, but at $1.75 million, this two-bedroom condo's price tag is above its very high median. Listed with Douglas Elliman, it's in a luxury Toll Brothers development, a mere block from the waterfront and close to several train lines—all of which could explain the asking.

The building's eco-friendly—it's LEED gold-certified, meaning it has many sustainable features—and was designed to reflect the sensibility of its surrounding landmark district, but inside, the 1,300 square foot interior has a contemporary feel. At the center of the condo is an airy and open living and dining room; the window seats look like an enticing spot to read or gaze through the tall windows at the foot traffic below.

The adjacent kitchen, with an island for guests to sit at, appears primed for entertaining. It’s also equipped with chef-friendly, sophisticated appliances—the wine cooler in particular stands out—and quartz countertops and backsplash offset the handsome gray cabinetry.

The two bedrooms, at opposite ends of the apartment, allow for privacy. Neither is huge—the majority of room here is devoted to the central entertaining space—but additional window seats and a walk-in closet add to the appeal of the master. The other bedroom isn’t pictured on the listing, but the floor plan shows it also has these features. The master’s en suite bathroom boasts marble counters, his and hers sinks, and a sizeable rain shower.

The apartment includes a laundry room with a washer and dryer off the second bathroom, and the building offers tenants a number of luxury amenities, including concierge service, an outside terrace, a gym, and a media room.

And you won't want for storage space, as the condo comes with its own storage unit. Parking, too, is available, but for that you'll have to pay an additional fee. 


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