A spacious single-family detached townhouse nestled on a quiet, tree-lined street in Sheepshead Bay, this gorgeous 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home is a paradigm of contemporary Brooklyn living. Features of the home include herringbone hardwood floors, stucco walls with brick underneath, a collection of beautiful custom closets, a laundry room with a washer/dryer, a private patio and backyard with a convenient natural gas hook-up for a grill, updated electrical and plumbing including a new boiler and hot water tank, and a finished basement with Roberto Cavalli tiles, a bar, and a sauna.
Beyond a formal foyer adorned with a large closet, the first floor of the home opens into a spacious living room. From the living room, the home flows past a gorgeous onyx stone powder room and into a massive eat-in kitchen. The kitchen leads out onto the patio and is equipped with a central island, a breakfast/dining nook, granite countertops and backsplashes, radiant heated flooring, elegant cabinetry, and a suite of high-end stainless steel appliances from Sub-Zero, Wolf, and Viking.
The second floor of the home contains three bedrooms, a wall of custom closets, and a full bathroom with beautiful Carrera marble tiling and a rain showerhead. Finishing the home is a huge basement. Currently set-up as the ultimate man cave, the basement has radiant heated flooring, a full bathroom, a wet bar with bar seating, additional storage closets, and a luxurious sauna.
1904 East 22nd sits just a few blocks east from all the restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops that line Kings Highway and Coney Island Avenue, and just west of Marine Park and Nostrand Avenue, the other main pedestrian strip. It is less than a 15 minute walk to the Q subway line, and is less than 5 minutes from the B2, B31, B49, and BM3 bus lines.