A prized Brooklyn Heights penthouse atop the landmarked boutique 72 Poplar Street condominium hits the market for $4,995,000 with The Robles / Scott Team at Douglas Elliman. The 2,000-square-foot full-floor residence boasts impeccably designed and renovated interiors, an extraordinary 2,458 square feet of wraparound roof terraces, as well as breathtaking views of Lower Manhattan.
This 3 bedroom, 3 full bathroom residence features exquisite millwork done by Sylvain Frey Atelier, one of the finest millworkers in NYC, custom-built storage and bench in the entryway, custom space-maximizing laundry closet, custom-created master closet and desk area, and built-in storage and desk in the secondary bedroom. Further refined enhancements include new door hardware throughout, new recessed lighting and electrical plates from Forbes and Lomax, all marble bathrooms (2 with heated flooring) and automated blackout shades.
The open great room has a Town and Country gas fireplace with bluestone wall, Marvin windows, a custom-crafted soundproof double glass and metal door, and double doors from the dining area leading out to the roof deck oasis.
The top-of-the-line Elam Brand chef’s kitchen is outfitted with Caesarstone countertops with custom built-in storage below the new enlarged and lowered counter, custom-made black leather, and chrome Kitchen pulls from Coloniale, Ann Sacks tile backsplash, and premium appliances comprised of a 36″ Sub-Zero fridge, Wolf double oven and warming Drawer, Wolf 5-burner stove with water dispenser, and 46-bottle wine cooler for storing favorite vintages.
The private primary bedroom is complete with an enormous custom walk-in closet and spa-like en-suite bath with radiant heat, Waterworks faucet, dual sinks, a soaking tub and separate shower. The lavish home includes a second bedroom suite with outdoor access, a third bedroom or office, a high-end hall bath, an in-home refuse room and compactor, and private storage.
The expansive outdoor rooftop overlooks stunning city views and the Brooklyn Bridge. Brook Landscape created a sanctuary with full landscaping, a built-in in-ground garden, a brand new irrigation system, and low voltage electrical and lights throughout.
Built in 1912 by famed architects Beverly King and Harry Walker, 72 Poplar is a landmark Italian Renaissance Revival building, converted from an original police station to a boutique 14-unit condominium in 2014.
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