374 Pacific is a gorgeous, gut renovated, 26 foot wide Greek Revival brownstone. This home is one of the single largest homes that exist in Boreum Hill. The light-filled house spreads 7,670 Square Feet across 6 floors.
Past a formal entryway foyer, the home flows into an expansive, open-concept living room, dining room, and kitchen. Eastern light pours through 10-ft high windows, and on either side of a wood-burning fireplace sit custom beech bookcases that nearly reach the room’s airy 12-ft ceilings. The kitchen—which overlooks a serene backyard through a wall of windows—is equipped with a large island, a suite of fully integrated appliances, and unique beech cabinetry that was designed by award-winning Brooklyn firm, Workstead. A powder room finishes the parlor level.
The remaining three floors unfurl around a three-story atrium in a string of spacious bedrooms, inviting family spaces, and immaculate bathrooms. The master suite occupies the entirety of the second floor, and features a massive walk-in closet, a study/den, an office space, a charming sitting area with a wood-burning fireplace, and a 22-ft long en-suite with double sinks, herringbone tile floor, glass-enclosed walk-in shower, and claw foot bathtub that peeks into the backyard. The third and fourth floors contain 4 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, a capacious laundry room, a family room with a fireplace and access to a 25-ft wide terrace, and a luminous recreation room.
The 1,430 sq. ft. garden floor guest apartment/rental unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, an open plan layout, and access to private yard space.
Nestled on a picturesque street in Boerum Hill, 374 Pacific is surrounded by an eclectic mix of restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops. It is close to BAM, Barclays Center, Fort Greene Park, and the New York Transit Museum. Nearby subway lines include the B/D/F/G/R/Q/2/3/4/5. Deeded parking is available.