A south-facing, one-bedroom, loft-like condo with a den and terrace on the border two of Brooklyn’s most coveted neighborhoods: Cobble Hill and Brum Hill. This beautifully designed, spacious, and voluminous apartment with nearly ten foot beamed ceilings oozes cool from every pore. A bespoke kitchen with an industrial feel features black honed granite countertops, gorgeous gray cabinetry, a handmade encaustic cement tile floor, and touches of steel throughout including the range hood, shelving, and appliances. The chic bathroom is equipped with double sinks, a luxurious Carrera marble countertop on top of reclaimed wood shelving, classic subway-tiled walls, penny-tiled floor, and is also the home to a washer/dryer. The living area is so enormous that an additional bonus room with dramatic sliding glass doors has been created, while still leaving ample space to accommodate both living and dining. Receiving phenomenal sunlight, the terrace is ideal for relaxation and gardening. With a length of 19 feet, king-sized furniture easily fits in the oversized bedroom with several closets. Beautiful wide-plank hardwood floors and thermostat-controlled ductless AC complete the package of this exceptional home. Originally built as a manufacturing factory in the early 20th century, the Skytrack Condominium is a pet-friendly building featuring a newly renovated lobby, resident super, package room, garage, and roof deck. 120 Brum Place is nestled comfortably between the unbelievable restaurant, cocktail and shopping options on Court and Smith Streets, around the corner from Trader J's and Sahadi's on Atlantic Avenue, and an easy walk to Brooklyn Bridge Park. This boutique condominium offers convenient access to almost every subway line in New York City including the 2, 3, 4, 5, A, C, F, G and R trains.