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This famous, romantic, Landmark building, featured in the New York Times article, "125 Years at 1372 Dean" is a neighborhood icon in the Crown Heights North historic district. Built in 1888, it is nicknamed "The Castle," from its impressive brick facade and three-story curved turret. The brilliantly restored residences in this building are all unique in character and design with spacious layouts and dedicated private outdoor spaces.
Unit #A is an immaculate 1319 SF Duplex with a private garden.
Beautifully appointed in every way, this apartment features two entrances, walnut hardwood flooring, exposed brick, radiant floor heating in the bathrooms, an in-unit washer and dryer, plentiful closet space, custom light fixtures, video intercom, and abundant natural light.
Enter the first floor to a spacious, open-concept living, dining and kitchen area. The kitchen features Caesarstone kitchen countertops, Maytag stainless steel appliances, and hand-painted Moroccan tile work. Facing the large, curved-glass windows of the building's signature turret, you'll love the view from this kitchen.
Also on this floor is a spacious master bedroom with exposed brick and beams, a bay window, and a master closet as well as a full bath.
Follow a curved, floating staircase to the lower level recreation room, with a sitting area, home office area, and a half bath.
Enjoy the private, landscaped garden exclusive to this unit.
Home to Brower Park and the Brooklyn Children's Museum, you'll love the neighborhood - alive with the perfect Brooklyn blend of excellent transportation, great restaurants, cafes, bars, and shops surrounded by Crown Heights' signature architecture - stately Brownstones and stunning mansions.