219 Congress Street
Apartment #2
$18,000 Rental Price
4 Bedrooms   2.5 Baths

Prime Cobble Hill unveils a coveted, 25' wide, Landmark townhouse with
stunning triplex rental which could easily become the most beautiful home
you will ever live in. Its newly available three-floor apartment with private entry
and meticulously landscaped, shared garden is ready for late-winter / early-spring
occupancy. This carefully renovated and...

Prime Cobble Hill unveils a coveted, 25' wide, Landmark townhouse with
stunning triplex rental which could easily become the most beautiful home
you will ever live in. Its newly available three-floor apartment with private entry
and meticulously landscaped, shared garden is ready for late-winter / early-spring
occupancy. This carefully renovated and restored historic home offers
4 spacious bedrooms, a pair of home offices / hobby rooms, and 2.5 bathrooms.

The period detail found on the sprawling parlor floor highlights a high-ceilinged
living room and formal dining room with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble mantel
that graces a wood-burning fireplace, period moldings and cornices, and
parquet flooring. The spacious, sleek, modern kitchen with granite counters, and a sun-filled dining nook
will gratify your inner chef and draw your house guests through its sliding doors
to the roomy deck and garden oasis beyond. A powder room and great closet space
complete this floor. The home's quartet of roomy bedrooms are located on its two upper
floors, which also boast a dramatic, over-sized bath with luxurious tub, glass
walk-in steam shower system, delightful, mosaic tiling, and designer lighting.
A second full bath is on the top floor, and each bath is windowed. Full-size appliances
include side-by-side washer / dryer, stainless refrigerator with freezer drawer at bottom
and double doors above, Gaggenau oven / cooktop, and Miele dishwasher. Tenant pays
electricity, including central AC, and internet service. Landlord pays for heating and cooking gas.

This stellar Federal building is a veritable showstopper in prime Cobble Hill for its awesome 25' width;
manicured red-brick facade with graceful window detail and period shutters; high,
brownstone stoop leading up to antique, hardwood-and-glass double entry doors; and
turn-of-the-century ironwork. Interior details include original stained-glass
accents in foyer; winding, elegant, hall staircase; raised-panel moldings;
French doors; a variety of ceiling cornices and medallions; glistening chandeliers
and brass fixtures; mantels with antique mirrors; and inlaid hardwood flooring.

This exceptional triplex is located at the epicenter of Brooklyn's finest housing and
neighborhood amenities--where wonderful dining and shopping are givens;
walk scores are the highest; public transit and Citi Bikes abound; and diversity
and culture make this community stand out for its welcoming quality of life.

Pets are welcome upon approval.

Floorplan for 219 Congress Street, 2

Floorplan for 219 Congress Street, 2

Listing Details

New Listing
Cobble Hill, Brooklyn, NY
Type: Rental
Price: $18,000
Date Listed: 2/12/2024
Last Updated: 2/14/2024
Web ID: 22556883

Info & Amenities

Type: Triplex
Rooms: 10.0
Bedrooms: 4
Full Bathrooms: 2
Half Bathrooms: 1.0
Air conditioning: Yes
Washer and dryer: Yes
Period: Pre-War
Built: 1899
Building Type: Townhouse
Laundry in building: Yes
Pets allowed: Yes

Map of Area for 219 CONGRESS STREET 2

Listing Agent(s)

Brown Harris Stevens Real Estate Agent Rod Murray
Rod Murray
Email Rod
o: 718-613-2026
c: 631-786-2562
Brown Harris Stevens Real Estate Agent Andrew Friedman
Andrew Friedman
Email Andrew
o: 718-613-2021
c: 917-846-5938

Get to Know Cobble Hill

Cobble Hill is a small, laid-back neighborhood comprising 40 blocks in northwest Brooklyn. It offers easy access to the water and sits adjacent to Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, and Carroll Gardens. Most of the action takes place on Court Street, the community’s main artery lined with hip cafes, restaurants and boutiques. The neighborhood was named after a conically shaped hill located at the present-day intersection of Atlantic Avenue, Pacific Street and Court Street. The incline was known as 'Ponkiesbergh' to early Dutch settlers, which directly translates to “Cobble Hill.” Today, Cobble Hill is considered the wealthiest area in Brooklyn, and is often listed alongside upscale Manhattan communities like the Upper East Side and Soho as one of the most desirable locations in the city. Thanks to its well-preserved 19th-century architecture, pristine brownstones and stunning row houses, Cobble Hill has been designated as a historic district.

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