Welcome to 349 Pacific Street in Boerum Hill between Hoyt and Bond streets – the eclectic architecture presented on this one block of Brownstone Brooklyn runs the full gamut of 1870s row houses, a Carriage House (with intact stable doors), a Greek revival antebellum (built in 1851), a landmarked townhouse (built in 1995) and Culyer Presbyterian church (where the Mohawk Indians worshipped – built in 1892 – now used as a private residence).
You have all of the convenience of Atlantic Avenue with a fraction of the noise.
This tastefully designed and self-managed (read: lower carrying costs) 3-unit boutique condo development was gut renovated in 2007.
Apt 4, on the top floor, gets more than its fair share of southerly light (particularly in the winter months) because the neighbor across the street is set back 150 feet from the street.
The mature tree in front of the property provides shade and privacy in the warmer months and does not block the light in the colder months.
All six (6) sash windows were replaced in 2016 and manufactured by Pella (aluminum on the outside and wood on the inside).
This property is not located inside the Boerum Hill historic district.
Recent improvements voted on by the condo board include replaced bathroom & kitchen riser pipes, re-pointed and re-sealed facade and rear wall in 2021, new roof in 2021 and the hallways and apartment entry doors will be re-painted after the new owners/tenants in Apt 4 move in later this year.
Real Estate taxes for this 2-bedroom, 1-bath condo unit are $ 371 per month and the common charges are $ 560 per month.
Enjoy the working wood-burning fireplace during the colder months as the flames will reflect nicely upon the 5″ oak hardwood floors – wood-burning fireplaces are no longer permit-possible according to the NYC Dept of Buildings – if you have a fireplace in your Brooklyn home now – enjoy it for a long time, it has been “grandfathered in”.
Designer fixtures and fittings in the kitchen include a Thermador stove, double door LG fridge (purchased in 2021), Brazilian soapstone counter-top, sink from Rohl Shaws (England), faucet from Lefroy Brooks, pendant lights from Roll & Hill, Bosch dishwasher, Bosch “vented” microwave and floor to ceiling custom cabinets.
There is a large skylight in the bathroom in addition to designer touches such as Waterworks nickel fixtures, Fornasetti wallpaper from Cole and Sons, Villeroy and Boch toilet, a Schoolhouse electric sconce, two (2) sets of built-in shelves for sundries, and a frameless glass shower.
The primary bedroom in the rear of the unit offers tree-top views and has an Elfa shelving system installed and interior lights …
The second bedroom can serve as a guestroom, nursery, zoom room, home office, or den.
In addition, this unit has a full-size “vented” front-loading Maytag washer and dryer, a NEST thermostat (for heat only), and a video intercom.
This top-floor unit owns 23% of the common elements (basement and roof). There is no extra charge for storage in the basement.
You can reach the trains within six (6) minutes and there is a citibike docking station around the corner on Dean Street.
It is three (3) stops to Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge is just over one (1) mile northwest of this apartment.
Click here if you like to see a video tour of this property and click here if you would like to view a Matterport 3D walk-through (green buttons) – FYI – this 2nd Matterport link also has a measurement tool (in the lower-left corner) if you would like to verify if certain items of your furniture will fit in a particular nook space.
Floorplan below …
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