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Renovated Brooklyn Townhouse Featured in Dwell Asks $2.5M

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Location: Brooklyn, New York
Price: $2,500,000
The canny owners of this stylish townhouse in Brooklyn's Greenpoint neighborhood seem to have plotted to put their home on the market the very same month that their extensive renovation was featured in an issue of Dwell. Congratulations, sellers: You are both wily and talented at transforming your 1899 workman's cottage into an airy contemporary three-bedroom home (with the help of Noroof Architects). The brick townhouse has a number of cool design touches, as Dwell notes, starting with the address, a "neon '175' in sans serif font" along with an original beamed ceiling, now painted white, a steel-and-wood staircase, and a wall of glass leading to a backyard garden. The property was recently listed for $2,500,000.


· 175 Eckford Street [Corcoran]
· Brooklyn Home Keeps its Historic Bones While Getting a Much Needed Interior Update [Dwell]
· Modern Townhouse in Greenpoint Asks $2.5M [Curbed NY]
· All House of the Day posts [Curbed National]