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the basics

Living room

Living room

Loft 2c is one of fourteen lofts in a converted milk distribution building. A corner apartment, Loft 2c has windows on two walls overlooking quiet backyards. We like to open the industrial metal french doors on a sunny day. Our 11 foot high ceilings add to the airy, light space. We recently renovated the apartment, bringing together our love for modern, clean lines and hand-crafted antiques.



the kitchen

Kitchen

Kitchen

The open kitchen puts you in the center of the action. We poured the concrete for our countertops as one of the final touches on our renovations! Our kitchen boasts high-end GE stainless steel appliances, including a silent dishwasher. Enclosed in the cupboards are all the appliances that make cooks happy!





the bathroom

Bathroom

Bathroom

Our bathroom is designed for true unwinding at the end of a New York City day. The modern white porcelain and chrome bathroom fixtures pop against the slate gray tiling on the floors and walls. The true gem of the bathroom, though, is the jacuzzi bathtub, perfect for a bubbly soak at the end of the day.


the bedroom

Bathroom

Bedroom

With a nine foot tall sliding pocket door that separates the bedroom from the rest of the space, the bedroom is designed to be the quietest corner of our home. Light filters in through a window that overlooks backyards, as well as through a long frosted glass transom window at the top of the dividing wall between the bedroom and the rest of our apartment. It’s a perfect place for sleeping, and just as perfect for waking up!


the loft area

Kitchen

Loft Area

Perfect for kids or visiting friends, the loft area makes great use of our high ceilings. There’s a full sized mattress, which comfortably sleeps two, leaving plenty of space to spread out at the front of the carpeted loft. The loft is not quite four feet high, making it a perfect play space for kids or secondary sleeping space for grown ups. The steps up are a little steep, so it's not ideal for older visitors, but all our friends sleep in this cozy space when they visit us.

the building

The Building in 1928

The building in 1928

Apt. 2C is on the south end of Smith Street, one of Brooklyn’s most popular restaurant and boutique rows. Though our block is not lined with old brownstones, and the façade of our building is, admittedly, not the prettiest in the neighborhood, the building is only one block away from Carroll Garden’s historic district, the backyards of which are visible from our windows. The building dates from the late 1800's and once housed a milk distribution center and creamery. The picture here was taken in 1928.


amenities

  • 710 square feet + loft area
  • 11 foot high ceilings
  • 1 bedroom with queen size bed
  • half-height lofted bedroom with full size bed
  • large corner sofa, sleeps 2
  • corner apartment, two walls of windows
  • overlooking quiet, green backyards, long sightline
  • bright, airy space
  • hardwood light maple floors
  • recessed lights on dimmers
  • air conditioner
  • free wifi internet
  • 42 inch flat screen TV / DirecTV / Apple TV
  • high end stainless steel appliances
  • poured concrete counter tops
  • jacuzzi tub
  • extensive closet space

floorplan

Loft 2c Floorplan

loft area floorplan

Loft 2c Floorplan





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