205 Clinton #5-H
Kings, New York City, NY
Your new home awaits you! This stylish gem in the coveted Clinton Hill Co-ops is move-in ready with thoughtful touches throughout. Overlooking landscaped common gardens, apartment 5H in 205 Clinton Avenue has been fully renovated, featuring a welcoming layout with a spacious open-plan living, dining and kitchen area perfect for relaxing, working, and entertaining. The well-designed kitchen will delight the most discerning chef with a five-burner Samsung gas range, Miele dishwasher, and Liebherr refrigerator, as well as custom cabinets and shelves for maximum storage and workspace.
The bathroom has likewise been redone and is stunning with a combination of subway tiles and graphic black and white Moroccan-style floor tiles. The apartment's original oak parquet floors have been refinished throughout, and there's a ton of storage with a wall of custom closets in the bedroom and five additional closets, too.
The Clinton Hill Co-ops are a well-managed community built by the US Navy in the early 1940s. The complex was converted to cooperatives in 1981. Over the last few years, the co-op replaced windows and elevators throughout, and upgraded its laundry facilities, all without an assessment or additional cost to shareholders. It is also one of the few complexes in New York City to co-generate electricity, an environmentally friendly innovation that results in lower costs to residents. CHC is pet-friendly, and offers bike storage, package rooms, and beautifully landscaped gardens. Sublets are permitted after two years of ownership.
Among the many neighborhood amenities are proximity to transportation options, including the G and C trains, and access to almost every other subway line and the LIRR at nearby Atlantic Terminal. In easy reach are some of the best eateries in Brooklyn Putnam's, Aita, Roman's, Evelina, Dino, Misada, Colonia Verde, and Olea; and shops such as Wegman's, Russ & Daughters, Green Grape, and Greenlight Books. Also in proximity are Fort Greene Park, the Pratt Institute and sculpture garden, and a slew of cultural and arts venues, among them BAM and Barclays Center.