Tour a $3.9 Million Brooklyn Property
Step inside the remains of a recording studio within a trendy converted warehouse home
Written by Annie Caminiti
For the past 18 years, this refurbished 1930’s warehouse property has been home to the iconic recording studio Rare Book Room on the ground level. Now, complete with a private garage, second floor living area and rooftop deck, this property is on the market for $3.9 million. Located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, this rare find sits on a quiet street in close proximity to Brooklyn Bowl, The William Vale and Wythe Hotels among other existing and coming attractions.
The shell is austere, but the interior represents the trendy neighborhood complete with white brick walls, tall ceilings and engaging art. On your way upstairs, you’ll find a raw, industrial foundation injected with modern design details. The master suite boasts a 20' deep walk-in closet that doubles as a dressing room, plus a newly designed infrared sauna and meditation room. Two full bathrooms on the loft level have been finished with high end fixtures, slate tile and soaking tubs with rain shower heads. Tasteful modern attributes in the loft include a huge skylight, updated HVAC system, 5" wide plank oak floors and repointed and white washed brick walls. The enormous 2,400 square foot unfinished roof terrace with accessible hot and cold water, electricity and incredible Manhattan skyline views does nothing but stun from above.
Listed by Nadine Adamson and Kelsey Hall. Click through the gallery to see inside the $3.9 million Brooklyn property.