This lofty Brooklyn home clocks in at an impressive 3,000 sq ft and it’s got soaring ceilings to match.
On the market via Wendy Stephenson and David Cobell of Compass, the two-bedroom Bedford-Stuyvesant property is something of a hidden gem, disguised as a garage from the street.
Step inside 222 Madison Street however and the space unfurls before you: the main level is completely open-plan and comprises a stainless-steel kitchen, living room, dining area, and a snug library. A light-filled atrium also folds off the living room.
An enclosed staircase leads up to a mezzanine level which doubles as a work space, and onto the bedrooms at opposite ends of the loft.
The master bedroom has its own private terrace, reading nook and en-suite bathroom, complete with walk-in shower and a separate soaking tub. Meanwhile the larger second bedroom is currently a combined playroom and children’s bedroom.
Across the property are concrete floors, exposed brickwork and skylit ceilings which flood the Brooklyn loft with light.
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