A fun and colorful townhouse has just come to market for $3,875,000 in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn. Located at 153 76th Street and dubbed House 153, this spectacular 2015-built home by Rodriguez Studio Architecture underwent a complete transformation resulting in a beautifully redone luxury masterpiece.
House 153 is comprised of 6 bedrooms, with 3 full and 2 half baths. Its most noteworthy features include a private backyard oasis with an outdoor kitchen and built-in seating for alfresco dining, a 2-car garage, a playroom, gym, home theater and wet bar.
The stunning living room accesses the deck and yard and an open-concept floorplan flows into the dining room. Situated between these spacious rooms the “core” of the residence begins at the cellar and connects floors both physically and visually. Clad in cement board, it features an EcoSmart vent-less fireplace, powder room with a custom glass tile accent wall, and bar on the main level.
The kitchen, which boasts a skylight perched above its double-height ceiling, is fitted with top-of-the-line appointments like sleek Poggenpohl cabinetry, a large center island with seating, quartz countertops, marble backsplash, and a premium Sub-Zero appliance package including a wine fridge and double beverage drawers. The main level also includes a mudroom with built-in closets, and a bedroom/office with an original brick fireplace.
Located on the second floor, a primary suite is a serene oasis that features 2 walk-in closets and a spa bath decorated with glass tile and marble, a custom-made concrete sink and a double steam shower. The vaulted attic that occupies the entire upper floor has a birch veneer plywood ceiling and is currently used as a playroom. Fabulous living space is extended on the lower level featuring a gym, home theater, wet bar and storage.
Other special highlights include smart-home controls for lighting, security, cameras, TVs, cable and climate all from a touch of your phone, 4-zone central AC, an automatic driveway gate, driveway parking for 4-5 additional cars, Davinci slate roof shingles, and an irrigation system.
Douglas Elliman’s Anthony Robles, Aran Scott and Peter Perez have the listing.