If you have enough dough, that is…
This gorgeous Brooklyn apartment officially came on the market, and it even goes by its very own name: “The Clock.”
Of course the namesake is pretty obvious, as the top floor apartment of the landmarked Eagle Warehouse has a massive clock window that shines out onto the Brooklyn waterfront. Through the very clock face you can see the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, East River, and Lower Manhattan.
Plus there are two massive skylights (so tons of natural light!), a custom kitchen with a Viking convection stove, Fisher & Paykel dishwasher drawers, paneled Sub-Zero refrigerator and stone countertops. Oh, and if your feet tend to get cold in the morning? The master bedroom has heated flooring and multiple walk-in closets.
The building has a rich history: it was constructed in 1892 and was the headquarters to the local Brooklyn newspaper the Brooklyn Eagle (which was once edited by Walt Whitman!). It was converted into apartments in 1980, and of course comes with all the typical luxury building amenities: a doorman, live-in super, on-site manager, bike storage and a newly renovated fitness center and lobby. AND it’s right at the entrance of Brooklyn Bridge Park!
Of course all those incredible features are going to cost you: $2,350,000 to be exact. And it’s shown by appointment only, so don’t think you can sneak into an open house for some pics for your Instagram!
Even if most of us can’t afford it, a little photo envy never hurt anyone, right?
featured image source: Compass Realty