The splendor is in the details. This newly renovated three-bedroom, three-bath residence at 613 Baltic Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn is a combination of flawless interior design and superior craftsmanship.
Apartment 3-E resonates good taste – the museum quality wall art certainly helps – and today, we’re going to elevate this gorgeous turn-key home as the latest edition of our “Apartments We Love” series.
613 Baltic, also known as Baltic, is a full-service post-war condominium that commands the northeast corner of Baltic Street and 4th Avenue. The gray brick building has a modern flair with distinctive window patterns and upper level set-backs. It has 43 apartments across 11 floors, the bulk of which are two and three-bedroom units. There are a host of amenities including a fitness room, bike storage, pet grooming and a resident’s lounge with kitchen. The common roof deck offers grills, table seating and spectacular views of lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Although the Baltic opened in 2017, the owners of Apartment 3-E have improved the space with a number of upgrades. The renovation includes wide plank oak floors, designer lighting – including polished nickel art lighting, built-ins and custom wood closets. The wall art, which is not for sale, makes the residence all the more enticing. The art lighting does stay, however.
The Smallbone kitchen makes an incredible first impression as you enter the home. It’s full of character. Quartz countertops and backsplash set the tone. Walnut upper and lower cabinets add warmth. A large antique mirror at the far end of the kitchen amplifies the space.
The large countertop offers comfortable barstool seating from the living room with lots of workspace leftover on the kitchen side. The kitchen comes complete with oak floors, recessed lighting, fine fixtures and a suite of Miele appliances.
The living room (12’7” x 17’) offers a comfortable space and really becomes one with the open kitchen. There is no separate dining area. Floor-to-ceiling windows and the wide-plank floors accentuate the room. If you wanted to expand the common living space, one could remove the wall that creates the third bedroom.
The primary bedroom suite (10’5” x 25’) feels like it’s in a wing of its own. Tucked away on the east side of the residence, the luxe quarters should meet all your needs. A dressing room area, complete with a walk-in closet plus two additional closets will help you organize any wardrobe. Each closet was designed to maximize functionality with drawers and shelf systems.
The four fixtured en-suite bath is spa like and boasts a soaking tub and steam shower. It is windowed and outfitted with designer lighting. The marble clad walls and floors elevate the level of elegance. It might just be your new happy place.
The second bedroom is currently being used as a home library and could easily be converted to a home office, yoga room, or back to its original bedroom state. It offers a custom built-in media storage unit that spans a full wall. The en suite bath offers an elaborate stonework and a limestone and marble soaking tub.
Additional apartment details include smart home features such as a Nest thermostat, Lutron lighting panels, voice-controlled lighting systems and a washer/dryer. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer a UV-blocking film technology.
The Baltic has a host of amenities including a fitness room, bike storage, pet grooming and a resident’s lounge with kitchen. The common roof deck offers grills, table seating and spectacular views of lower Manhattan and Brooklyn.
The current asking price is $1,999,000. That’s about $1,474 per square foot for this 1,356 square foot home. The apartment also transfers with a large storage unit.
The property is being represented by Amanda Young, Laura Kawwa, and Adam Fischel of Compass. For more information about this chic apartment, please visit Linecity.