Even in the quiet neighborhood of Cobble Hill, the tranquility of Congress Gardens stands out.
Inside #2F, you will find that this corner one-bedroom faces both south and east for stunning sunlight and treetop views. Both the large living room and king-sized bedroom are pin-drop quiet as they look over the charming carriage houses of Verandah Place, a 19th Century mews with no through traffic. Both rooms feature ceiling fans and recently stained wood floors, and the living room includes a natural dining area. The renovated kitchen features a breakfast bar with quartz countertops, custom cabinetry, and stainless-steel appliances including dishwasher. With four closets (two of which have custom California Closet organizers), storage is abundant, and additional storage is available in the basement.
Outside, the coop is comprised of three brick buildings set in an impeccably maintained garden surrounded by a wrought iron fence. The buildings feature elevators, laundry, bicycle storage, a live-in super, and parking (with a waitlist). The coop is pet-friendly and permits pied-a-terres, co-purchasing and parents buying for children. Located within the Cobble Hill Historic District,
200 Congress lies across the street from Cobble Hill Park and is surrounded by some of the finest brownstone blocks in Brooklyn. While Congress itself is quiet, you are just around the corner from the commercial hubs of Court Street and Atlantic Avenue, which include Trader J’s, Barneys Co-Op, Sahadis, as well as local restaurant favorites like La Vara, Long Island Bar, Henry Public, Elsa, and Colonie.
With all this at your doorstep, you may never want to leave the neighborhood. But if you must, Citibike is at the gate, the F,G at Bergen Street are seconds away, and the 2/3/4/5/6 at Borough Hall A,C at Jay Street and R at Court Street are a few minutes further.
Call today and call Cobble Hill home.