Co-op pick of the week

It's a bit of a climb, but the payoff for this Cobble Hill co-op is a truly huge outdoor space

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It's not often that a New York City apartment—that's not incredibly expensive—really nails the concept of indoor/outdoor living, but this $1.995 million Cobble Hill two-bedroom, two-bath duplex loft pulls it off. French doors in the living room open to a 1,165-square-foot terrace (shown above).

The top-floor loft at 205 Warren Street, is in an historic building built in 1887. The main floor has double-height, 15-foot ceilings and casement windows that seem to bring in a good deal of light.


There's an open living/dining area and a renovated kitchen with Liebherr, Bosch and Miele appliances, Caesarstone counters and stone floors.

The master bedroom suite has western-facing views, and the master bath features Pozzi-Ginnori, Jado Gerber, Toto, and Duravit fixtures. The second bathroom is off the entry foyer.

On the second floor, there's a full-height loft with a guest room and office area and a washer and dryer.

Throughout the apartment, there is custom Lutron lighting with dimmers, Nest-controlled central air conditioning, and upgraded plumbing and electrical.

The pet-friendly building also offers six parking spots that are, according to the listing, available to shareholders on a rotating basis.

It's a two-flight walk-up, but remember that once you get there, you can catch your breath in your huge outdoor space. That's gotta make the climb worth it, right?