Welcome to 456 Sackett street, a bespoke brick single family townhouse on a tree-lined street of Carroll Gardens. This townhouse provides the ultimate Brooklyn lifestyle experience with ample living, outdoor and entertainment spaces. The large triplex home gives you privacy and serenity, spanning 3,442 sqft of exquisitely renovated space with a 950 sqft private backyard, and a fully finished roof deck. This house has 4 large bedrooms, 4 full bathrooms, a family room/work space, laundry room and plenty of closet space. Every detail of this house was masterfully designed by No Roof Architects, based in Brooklyn, and was built by a very experienced Brooklyn based developer. Upon entry you'll enjoy an open kitchen, dining room and sunken living room space. The large chef's kitchen is outfitted with custom walnut cabinetry, corian countertops with a custom backsplash, Mile appliances and an integrated island. Let there be no mistake, 456 Sackett St is setting the new luxury standard that all discerning townhouse buyer demand. Located only a few minutes walk to a subway station and all the shops and restaurants on Smith street.
noroof is a Brooklyn based design firm that is dedicated to making nimble, intelligent and imaginative contributions to the lives of our clients and their communities. Our work often toggles between scales both materially small and intangibly large. We consider a job well-done when architecture is not only sustainable but also sustaining.
465 Sackett is a collaboration between a developer, a design firm, and a property expert with the support of a full-service architecture firm and contractor. The approach was to accentuate the contrast between the character spaces of the traditional Brooklyn row house and a fresh, voluminous landscape open for diverse kinds of inhabitation. The garden is drawn into a double-height space anchored by a brick fireplace. It spills under a cantilevering kitchen platform into a lower sanctuary, essentially converting the basement into a connected living environment. Upstairs is organized into suites that can be configured to accommodate diverse living situations. Color and repetition were used to curate and punctuate the complementary bathrooms. An open steel stair links the upper floors and brings light from the rooftop belvedere. On the exterior, the open programs are expressed as metal clad boxes.
*Some of the photos where virtually staged.