The awe-inspiring residence in the heart of Brooklyn’s Red Hook with exquisite modern design, incredible multiple outdoor spaces, a swimming pool, a hot tub, and a private garage, hit the market for $13,995,000 with Stephen Ferrara of Compass. Powered just by solar energy and spanning 6,000 square-feet across three levels, this sustainable showplace offers soaring 24-foot tall ceilings, skylights, and a linear gas fireplace.
Architecture and design firm, thread collective, together with Black Brick Contemporary, transformed a commercial workspace by Ogawa.Depardon into a bespoke residence that features six bedrooms and five bathrooms. The dramatic great room boasts 24-foot-tall ceilings, and poured concrete and wide-plank hardwood walnut floors. 15-foot sliding glass doors that span up to 60-feet when fully open, lead to an outdoor space that features a 40-foot lap pool, spa, an outdoor shower, and a spacious deck.
Outfitted with upscale appliances by Sub-Zero and Wolf, the open gourmet kitchen features a 15-foot-long island, a walk-in pantry and wine cellar. The first floor is complete with a wall of sleek entry closets and a large study with built-in floating shelves.
The floating staircase leads to the second level. There is a great room that doubles as a home theater, two bedrooms that share a large full bathroom with double vanity, a third bedroom with an en-suite bathroom, a balcony that connects to the theater mezzanine, and a full laundry room.
The top level acts as a full-floor primary suite. An expansive Brazilian wood roof deck there features a vegetable garden, outdoor kitchen, and dining area. The primary bedroom that boasts access to another large deck, has an oversized custom walk-in closet, and a sprawling en suite bathroom fitted with a walk-in steam shower, a freestanding black resin bathtub, and a double vanity.